Rumours about Samsung's Galaxy S4 have been floating around for a couple of months already and we've already got a good idea of what specification it'll have. Additionally, a couple of images have leaked online but none as compelling as the latest one.
The image, pictured above, was posted on image hosting website Picasa and show Samsung's next-gen smartphone next to the Galaxy S3.
The design of the Galaxy S4 is a little more rectangular than the S3 but it still retains the trademark curved corners. Additionally, the new version of the Galaxy has a larger touch-screen display than its predecessor which backs up rumours that the S4 will have a 5 inch touch-screen.
Our instincts tell us that the image has all the gloss and quality to make us believe it could be accurate. However, we could be victims of an excellent photo-shop users and we'll have to wait until Samsung officially unveil the Galaxy S4 to be sure either way.
We're more confident about the specification of the Galaxy S4 which has been reiterated in numerous leaks with the latest being some leaked benchmarks that appeared over at Android Antutu.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to have a 4.99 inch touch-screen capable of displaying full HD multimedia content thanks to its 1920*1080 pixel resolution. The smartphone is thought to be powered by Samsung's new Exynos 5 octa-core processor which offers amazing performance and excellent battery life.
Other features of Samsung's smartphone include a 13 mega-pixel camera, a front-facing 2 mega-pixel camera and support for 4G, 3G , WiFi and NFC. Wireless charging is also expected to be included which is something we hope quickly becomes standard.
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By Simon Thomas on 24th January, 2013