The Samsung Galaxy S4 continues to get teased as the company showed off a brief video earlier today and we now have gotten a shadowy image of the upcoming smartphone.
Well, it's a picture of what should be the Samsung Galaxy S4 but it's mostly covered in shadows. This picture comes courtesy of Samsung's Facebook page, so you can be sure that it's legit.
What can we tell from this teaser image of the Samsung Galaxy S4? More than you'd think, actually. Starting off, you can tell that it will likely sport rounded corners and this may mean it looks similar to its predecessor. This also matches up well with news that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be made of plastic instead of a heavier and some say, more expensive material.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 rumor mill is in full gear now and from what we understand, it should sport a 5-inch 1080p HD screen that may use a type of display technology which greatly reduces the battery drain. If we could somehow get a screen with 1080p HD resolution which matches or beats the Galaxy S3 in terms of battery life, I'm guessing there will be a lot of happy Samsung fans out there.
Inside, we expect the Samsung Galaxy S4 to have an octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA and NFC. Look it to launch with Android Jelly Bean and the latest vesion of TouchWiz, including new software features like the ability to track your eyes when you're reading.
The rumors are pretty firm that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will have at least a 12-megapixel camera. We thought that it may take a trick out of HTC's book and not focus that much on sheer megapixels but that doesn't appear to be the case. Still, we won't know for sure until the Samsung Galaxy S4 is fully introduced March 14.
We'll be live on the ground from the introduction, so be sure to keep it locked on TheFullSignal.com for the latest Galaxy S4 news.