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Newest Samsung Galaxy S4 render looks more of a fantasy phone than a real one

2013 February 6

Recently, a new render claiming to depict the much-talked about and hotly anticipated Samsung future flagship (the Galaxy S4) has appeared on Twitter. In addition, the render came complete with the supposed Samsung Galaxy S4 spec sheet. 

It was Twitter user @tamerallyy who posted the image that showed a possible metallic device with front facing speakers below the phone’s display and physical camera key (on the right).

According to @tamerally, the image came from some Android blog and that it was also supported by a YouTube video.

When it comes to the phone’s design, in the said image, it doesn’t look anything like previous Samsung Galaxy S4 leaks we’ve seen before. If the image is indeed real, then this could be the best looking Galaxy device to date.

When it comes to the supposed Samsung Galaxy S4 specs sheet (well, listed on the same image), sadly, there is nothing that exciting about it. In short, it is nothing like what we have been feeding our minds lately. I mean, with all the rumours we have heard about it and all, this spec sheet is kind of ordinary.

Again, according to the leaked image with spec sheet, the supposed Samsung Galaxy S4 will sport a 5” Full HD display. It is also said to host a quad-core processor clocking at 2.0GHz and is paired with 2GB worth of RAM. For its internal memory storage, you can choose from 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB. The phone is said to land with 13MP main camera (rear-facing), 4G capable, and will run Bluetooth version 5.0. Of course, the device is said to run on the Android Jelly Bean version 4.2.

Unfortunately, it is not clear where the image really came from and how on earth did @tamerally got hold of it. For now, it is looking more like a fake one instead of it being the real deal (if you know what I mean).

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