Samsung Galaxy S 4: Even more pictures & info

The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is tonight officially unveiled. Not a day passed without new rumors on Galaxy S 4. Well many high resolution images and all details on the S4 features have emerged. On the Chinese website total of 19 images of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 have surfaced. Clearly visible here is that the design is very closely modeled on that of the Galaxy S3. Samsung relies on a two-tone polycarbonate housing. In earlier emerged teaser images but no speaker could be seen. It could however have done this to a mockup, a regional version or a prototype. All surfaced pictures look very authentic and in our photo gallery can be put under the microscope. But not enough. Comprehensive features were known thanks to the images as well. So again talk of a 4.99-inch display with full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels). As the Exynos 5410 processor will come with two quad-cores and 1.8 GHz clock is used. The RAM should be 2 GB. Particularly impressive is the built-in graphics chip PowerVR SGX 544MP3 is clocked at 533 MHz. That seems to be the successor of the GPU built into the PS Vita graphics unit. The internal memory will be 16 GB and have a battery capacity of 2,600 mAh. As weight is called the source of 138 grams, the S4 will therefore be about 5 grams heavier than its predecessor. With a thickness of 7.7 millimeters, the Galaxy S4 seems to be no padding. Length and width are 140.1 x 71.8 millimeters. Even the eye-tracking feature for Auto-scrolling and the compatibility with Samsung S-Pen stylus operation is mentioned. Last but not least: The operating system is Android 4.2.1 coming allegedly used. Just recently Samsung Mobile U.S. has released the official Twitter account a first teaser image of the highly anticipated Galaxy S 4. The picture came with the announcement that the countdown has begun for "TheNextBigThing". The picture shows a Galaxy phone is seen that practically up to the nonexistent speaker bar non S3 differs from its predecessor. Also lead the Koreans their Unpacked story continues with a second teaser video.