Albeit there’s one day left when Samsung will unwrap its hotly-anticipated Galaxy S4 smartphone in New York City, the rumors-mill is still up keep trying to make us believe what the upcoming phone has to look like. The latest rumor is coming from a Chinese forum, wherein a Galaxy Note II-like device has been posted, which is believed to be a DualSIM version of Galaxy S4, designed especially for China. Check out the gallery below.
Update: The Galaxy S4 Dual, shown in forum, will opt model number as GT-i9502, and folks at China Unicom have their first hands-on over the device. Check out the video below.
On the other hand, it would appear that Samsung has officially published a teaser image of its superfone on Twitter, but many still believe that it’s highly unlikely not the thing we’ve been hearing of. To be specific; have a look at the picture below, it has the same design as its previous behemoth, the Galaxy S3. But again, if this is the official thing, then expect the S4’s design unchanged from S3’s from factor.
— Samsung Mobile US (@SamsungMobileUS) March 12, 2013
To remind you, the Samsung’s S4 is expected to pack a quad-core 1.8GHz processor, 5-inch 1080p display, 13MP shooter and 2GB of RAM.
Update: Sammy has just published a teaser video, demoing a glimpse at its upcoming Unpacked event, which will be held on March 14th in NYC. Further the video below reveals nothing, apart from probably the fact that the phone will have a lot of color options. In terms of anticipation and consumer interest, the Samsung Galaxy S4 may be one of the biggest Android launches yet, and we suspect that none of Samsung’s teasers are going to let out anything so far.
Moving on, if the leaked pictures of S4 are anything to go by then it looks like it won’t be a huge departure from the design of the S3. What do you guys think of it?