Samsung Posts Galaxy S4 Teaser Picture on Facebook and Twitter, Same Silhouette as Galaxy S3

By Gizbot Bureau

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 is now only a couple of days away for its official debut in New York Times Square. The Samsung Mobile Unpacked event on May 14 will be the first time when Samsung Fans will get to see the Samsung Galaxy S4. Amid all the fanfare and leaks, Sammy has already started to tease the device via Facebook and Twitter.

    Samsung Galaxy USA has gone ahead and published a new dark and wispy picture of the S3 successor, which you can see below. The umbrageous picture shows nothing, but only the left side bezel, volume rocker and a sneak peek of the front panel of the handset. From the image leaked, the design and the built of Galaxy S4 looks same as Galaxy S3. But what can be anticipated is that Galaxy S4 might come in the colors of Oreo ie, Black and White variant, if going by the 'Samsung Unpacked The Next Galaxy' teaser video part 2.

    Samsung Posts Galaxy S4 Teaser Picture on Facebook and Twitter


    Hence, all that can be said is, that Samsung fanboys should not expect a revolution, as far as the look and feel of Galaxy S4 is concerned, but still a radical enhancement can be expected in terms of software features and specifications of the soon-to-be-unveiled monster.

    As per the ongoing rumors and leaks, S4 might land boasting features including a full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel display, 1.8GHz quad core Exynos 5410 processor, PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU, 13 MP camera, 2GB RAM and Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean OS along with the latest version of TouchWIZ Nature UX.

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