Photos Taken On The Samsung Galaxy S4 Leaked On Picasa
While these photos were no doubt the most convincing yet, it is still not confirmed whether they are officially leaked photos of the upcoming Android flagship, which will be the successor to the wildly popular Samsung Galaxy S3.
Recently, Android Authority has also reported that new photos regarding the Galaxy S4 have been posted on the popular photo sharing website. Rather than showing the phone, these photos supposedly show camera shots taken by the Galaxy S4.
The photos show a keyboard and other items on a desk. In the information which is included alongside the photos, it shows that the device used to take the photos was named as GT-I9500, which is believed to be the model number for the Samsung Galaxy S4.
However, the photos have now been taken down, and Android Authority points out that this may mean that this was done so at Samsung’s request, which would mean that the photos could have been taken with the as yet unreleased device. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is widely believed to sport a 13 megapixel camera, which is likely to be manufactured by Sony and may include features like Sony’s Exmor RS sensor, as found on devices like the Sony Xperia Z.
Sony is set to officially unveil the Galaxy S4 on March 14th. Until then, there is no doubt that there will be many more leaks and rumours regarding the upcoming flagship, and we will be sure to keep you updated with all the latest information ahead of its launch.
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