The Samsung Galaxy S4 isn't likely to be unveiled until the middle of 2013, but details are already emerging about Samsung's next-gen smartphone.
The latest leak, originating from Korean site Asiae, suggests that Samsung's smartphone will come with a 4.99 inch Super AMOLED touch-screen. The display will apparently run at 1920*1080 pixels giving it a PPI of 441 , which is far greater than the quality offered by the Galaxy SIII (306 ppi) or iPhone 5 (326 ppi).
The source of the leak is claiming that the Galaxy S4's display is "beyond the limits of the human eye". We're not sure that's strictly true, but it'll definitely provide stunning clarity for web-browsing and multi-media playback.
Previous leaks have also given us an idea of what other features we can expect from Samsung's smartphone.
For instance we've heard that the Galaxy S4 will have a 2 GHz quad-core Exynos processor and an 8-core GPU. This would give it a staggering amount of power, especially when combined with 4G support, and we're interested to find out what battery Samsung plan to include to power the beast.
Last week we also heard that the Galaxy SIV would incorporate a new thinner on-board memory chip (64GB) which would reduce the thickness of the smartphone. Infact, the leak suggested that Samsung's Galaxy S4 would be the thinnest Galaxy smartphone ever.
That's all 3G have heard about the Galaxy S4 so far, but as soon as new information is leaked you'll be the first to know !
By Simon Thomas on 19th November, 2012