The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active teal version unapologetically made its way to web. The press shot was allegedly leaked by @Evleaks. Samsung's forthcoming handset is said to be water and dustproof. The Twitter sensation posted the side view of the device.
In the past week, this is the third time @Evleaks posted a convincing picture of Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. The South Korean giant is believed to announce the rugged version of Galaxy S4 on June 20 in London. The success of Sony Xperia Z in the International market might be the sole reason behind Samsung's motive to pursue Galaxy S4 Active.
The coming of a unique turquoise color job might indicate that Samsung has planned few more colors to promote this handset in a big way. Earlier also Sammy has come up with water resistant handsets, but they were into mid -end segment. The above mentioned Android powered handset is said to bear S4 name that means it falls into high-end category.
As per multiple reports, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active will arrive with a 5-inch Full HD display. In the processing department, it is said to have quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of internal memory which can be further expanded up to 64GB through microSD cards, 4G LTE (select regions), 3G, Wi-Fi, NFC, DLNA, amongst others. Nothing can be said whether this handset comes with same 2600mAh Li Ion battery, as found in the original Samsung Galaxy S4. In the imaging department, Samsung could opt for an 8-mega pixel camera instead of 13-mega pixel shooter on the back.
The world's No.1 smartphone seller could announce another variant of Galaxy S4 on June 20. According to reports, Samsung is prepping Galaxy S4 Zoom, a 16-mega pixel ducked camera with 10x Zoom facility to take on Nokia's forthcoming EOS. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom will feature a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED qHD display and 1.6 GHz dual-core processor along with 8GB of internal RAM. Other standard features include: a 1.9-mega pixel front facing camera, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth and a 1900mAh battery. Stay tuned to GizBot.