As the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 is drawing closer, several reports, rumors and speculations regarding 1080p display incorporated devices have started emerging. One such smartphone, which is highly rumored and continues to be in the spotlight is Samsung Galaxy S4 -- the successor of Galaxy S3, the hottest selling handset of 2012.
Already, Galaxy S4 has witnessed a plethora of rumors that are building a great hype regarding the handset. However, except for the accidental confirmation of the name, there is no official information from Samsung as far yet.
However, according to a recent SamMobile report, the first image of Galaxy S4 has surfaced online via an insider at Samsung. From the image, it looks like the handset's design is similar to that of Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Premier, without the presence of a home button. Moreover, it seems to have a thinner bezel and a larger display.
Furthermore, the report clearly states that there is no confirmation to claim that this is the final image of Galaxy S4. Moreover, even with the case of Galaxy S3, there have been a plethora of image leaks, but not all of them have come true.
Speculations that are spinning on full speed suggest that Galaxy S4 will get unwrapped boasting a 5 inch OLED HD display along with highly acclaimed 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and 441 ppi pixel density. Further, some reports claim that the handset will have a bendable display, thereby being the first device to feature such a display, while some others claim it will not.
Several media reports suggest that the Galaxy S3 successor will house Samsung Exynos S450 chipset with 2GHz quad core Cortex A15 processor, with powerful features.
Likewise, the rumors of Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, Samsung is rumored to use a 13MP rear shooter in Galaxy S4 as well. Galaxy S4 was rumored to run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS which is an incremental version of 4.1 Jelly Bean. However, suddenly, there are reports circulating over the web that the upcoming smartphone will be the first handset to run on Android 5.0 - the next generation Google operating system, Key Lime Pie.
When it comes to storage, several reports claim that the upcoming Samsung offering will be available in 16GB/32GB/64GB/128GB variants, which is not present in any existing smartphone.
Let us know in the comments section below, what do you think of the photo of the alleged Galaxy S4? Do you think this is what Samsung will release this year? Would you be disappointed if this were the case? Shoot off your opinions.