After the announcement of a new Samsung Galaxy S4 by Samsung, expected to be released on 14th March, many people over the internet were speculating various aspects about the new Samsung Galaxy S4.
The majority of these aspects were concerned about the hardware that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will carry. But recent rumors about the specs of Samsung Galaxy S4, codenamed GT-I9500, look more genuine and understandable.
What has the Samsung Galaxy S4 to offer people?
The question should be, what it doesn’t offer. According to the latest rumors, AnTuTu benchmark test shows the leaked specs of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in its screenshots. The specs, rumored to be true, are
- 5.0-inch Super AMOLED display with 441 ppi pixel density
- 1080p screen resolution (1080 x 1920)
- Corning Gorilla Glass 2
- Exynos 5410 Quad-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A15
- 2GB RAM
- PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU
- Android JellyBeans 4.2.2
- 16GB/32GB of internal memory
- 13 MP camera at the back with flash and HD recording of 1080p @30fps
- 2.10 MP front facing camera for video calls
- Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery
- Eye-tracking technology in web browsing to automatically scrolling when your eye reaches the end or top of the screen.
Although these are not detailed specs and we might see a little change in them, but if these are really true, then the new Samsung Galaxy S4 will give a very tough time to already market giants like the SONY Xperia Z and the Apple iPhone 5.
What Colors to choose from
Sources have indicated that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be launched in Black and White colors, although we are definitely sure that Samsung will bring in more colors to its new flagship product once it is in the market.
Samsung’s event is dated on 14th March, in New York where they will show the first look of the new Samsung Galaxy S4.
With the Samsung Galaxy S3 already in the market with an immense reputation of its own among the users, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will no doubt add further glory to the Samsung Galaxy line of mobile phones.
Samsung has also posted a video teaser for its upcoming which shows a boy named Jeremy holding a box that is supposed to have the Samsung Galaxy S4 inside it and he runs to his home with the box. In the end, he puts the box down on the table and video ends at the message, “To be continued”.