Amid a flurry of Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours, a claimed Samsung Galaxy S4 picture has leaked online suggesting the handset will not feature a physical home button.
Offering a potential glimpse at the eagerly awaited Samsung Galaxy S3 follow-on, the newly leaked Samsung Galaxy S4 image has hinted at a device that will follow a design ilk largely similar to its predecessor with the only major change of note being the missing home button.
Suggesting the device will completely do away with physical controls in favour of an entirely touchscreen based interface, the new Samsung Galaxy S4 image shows a handset that boasts a larger, elongated display compared with its Samsung Galaxy S3 counterpart.
Citing an “insider at Samsung”, the latest reports have claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will feature a bezel much thinner than on previous models with, helping make way from an increased screen size without adding too much additional bulk to the device.
Long the thing of conjecture and speculation, a number of Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours have done the rounds in recent weeks suggesting that the iPhone 5 and expected iPhone 6 challenger will play host to everything from an eight-core processor to an unbreakable, flexible display.
Although reports of a flexible display have been largely rubbished, a number of Samsung Galaxy S4 features are reportedly on the cards with 2GB of RAM and an improved 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera widely expected to feature.
Elsewhere, further Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours have suggested that the device will play host to a 4.99-inch HD Super AMOLED display with a Full HD1080p resolution as well as a second, 2-megapixel camera around front.
Said to run the as yet unconfirmed Android 4.2 Key Lime Pie direct from the box, a post MWC April Samsung Galaxy S4 release date have been tipped with a 2GHz Wxynos 5450 quad-core processor in tow.
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