Following purported benchmarks and a baffling teaser video, this rumour comes courtesy of what looks like a marketing graphic for the S4, posted on Twitter by EVleaks. The graphic lists some hefty specs as expected, but does it give us an early glimpse of the S4 ahead of the launch next week, or should it be taken with a shovelful of salt? Update: Yup, it's the salt. This was in fact a placeholder image created by Expansys.
According to this image, the S4 is set to sport a large Super AMOLED high-definition touchscreen that will dominate the face of the phone. We saw some slim bezels at last week's Mobile World Congress, but if this graphic is to be believed the S4 will take the cake. Oh, and that means no home button either.
Round the back there's a 13-megapixel camera. Betwixt and between there's space for 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage. It has 2GB of RAM but there's no mention of a processor.
The whole shebang runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of Google's mobile software.
Whether or not this particular graphic is real -- and I'm not convinced, the image is a bit basic -- I'd hazard a guess that these specs are pretty certain. It's the specifics, such as the chip and the screen size, that are still open to question.
The S4 will be officially announced on 14 March in New Yoik, where CNET will be on hand to bring you the first news, previews and videos. For more on this year's cutting-edge phones, tablets and other cool stuff, check out our in-depth coverage of MWC.
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