Just days prior to its announcement, a hands-on video emerged on the Web that shows off the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Before this, a number of leak images, rumors and hands-on photos already surfaced throughout the Internet.
Inside Samsung Galaxy S IV
The said video shows the internal parts of Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, as well as its removable back cover and battery. It appears that the next-generation mobile device hew largely to the design aesthetic of its predecessor—Galaxy S III. The handset retains the plastic casing, but its finish attempts to offer an Apple-like premium look.
Moreover, it appears that smartphone has two SIM card slots, which suggests that it is a Galaxy Duos variant. There’s also a brief look at its dialer and the camera’s burst mode. Although the user explored what appears to be the settings menu, there were no demonstrations of the eye-tracking technology or wireless charging.
Set to be unveiled on March 14 in New York, the Samsung Galaxy S IV is expected to boast eight-core Exynos 5 Octa processor, PowerVR SGX 5443MP3, tri-core GPU, 5-inch 1080p screen, and Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.