Pictures supposedly taken by the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 camera have reportedly leaked on Google .
Posted on Google by a user named Hyunsuk Park, the claimed Samsung Galaxy S4 pictures were taken by something with the model number SGH-i447, rumoured to be that of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4.
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The rumoured 13-megapixel camera of the Samsung Galaxy S4 can neither be confirmed nor denied by the EXIF data of the photographs as they were snapped at a lower resolution.
The data reveals the potential Samsung Galaxy S4 camera aperture to be f/2.2, meaning the handset should produce good quality photos even in low-light conditions. Picture quality is hard to judge as the photographs is rather blurred, so it is hard to tell what the camera’s capabilities are at the moment.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Rumours
Rumours surrounding the eagerly awaited Samsung Galaxy S4 have reached an all-time high as a photo of the new Samsung flagship handset leaked online.
Potentially featuring a squarer body than its Samsung Galaxy S3 predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S4 was also seen to have a physical home button, disproving recent rumours suggesting otherwise.
Seemingly set to launch with a 2GHz Exynos quad-core processor, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will also play host to a whole range of top-end features such as a 13-megapixel rear camera capable of recording 1080p Full HD videos and 2GB of RAM.
Predicted to launch with the Google Nexus 4 Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS complete with 4G connectivity and 3100mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy S4 should be a powerful handset.
16GB, 32GB and 64GB internal storage options should be available for storing apps, music and photographs on the Samsung Galaxy S4 release date, which according to a picture leaked online could be April 22 after a MWC launch at the end of this month.
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