Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S4 do not stop for a second. This week we had seen a purported image and alleged device specifications and now some pictures have appeared to have been taken with the smartphone.


It seems that the Korean company would be testing its next flagship among its employees, who would have taken the photos and would have uploaded them to Google+.

According to what is observed in the EXIF ​​information, photographs have been taken by two different variants of the Galaxy S4: Korean version (SHV-E300S) and a version of the operator AT & T (SGH-I337), which already has been talked about for several days.


The pictures are blurry and show a calendar of Samsung on a desk and a keyboard. But apparently were not taken at the highest resolution (maximum size 6 MB). Furthermore, the only technical information provided is that the camera of the alleged Galaxy S4 has an aperture of f/2.2 and a focal length of 4.2 mm (compared to f/2.6 and 3.7 mm of the Galaxy S3).

However, take this information with tweezers because it is not official information and EXIF information can be easily manipulated. For now we have to wait until March 15, the day on which Samsung is expected to officially present the Galaxy S4.

Via: Google+

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