The Samsung Galaxy S4 is probably the most anticipated device for 2013. While still missing about half a year to come to light officially, every day there are new rumors. We had already seen its potential features but today I bring what was supposed to be the first video of the Galaxy S4.

The video, which lasts 1 minute and 42 seconds, shows the smartphone as the Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-i9500) as we saw yesterday, says it will be the “thinnest Galaxy”, even “much thinner than the Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 “and reveals some of its main features, which confirmed those that had leaked some time ago.

As it is not official, it must be taken with caution, but if true, the Galaxy S4 would come with:

  • 1080 Grand AMOLED Screen Display (possibly 5 inches)
  • Quad-core processor 4 Quad at 2.0 GHz
  • 13 Megapixles Camera
  • Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie
  • Extremely thin, “much thinner than Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5″
  • Laser Projection Keyboard Dock included

The video looks pretty believable until ends with the following message:

Samsung Galaxy S4 is built on leaks. Thanks Taemin Lee

Whereupon personally, I would take it with tweezers.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 will surely come with a Full HD screen of 5 inches, a large quad core processor and perhaps up to eight cores, 13-megapixel camera and design improvements, but I’m not so sure that will incorporate Android 5.0, but rather Android 4.2.x. Not rule out the possibility that see Key Lime Pie in the upcoming Samsung flagship, but I think this OS will be presented with a new device of the Nexus line of Google.

The laser keyboard that unfolds in the video looks great, but neither could claim to be one of the new features incorporated into the device. Could this be one of the surprises the Korean have prepared us? Sure, why not?

Either way, keep in mind that this is not an official video so for now we will take this information with tweezers.

What do you think? Is it a reliable video? Leave me your thoughts in the comments!

Esteban Cejas

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