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Samsung Galaxy S IV: The First Screenshots?

The first screenshots leak of the United States declination of Samsung Galaxy S IV just come out.

Samsung Galaxy S IV

Samsung will announce on March 14 its new flagship model: the Galaxy S IV. As usual, the Korean find hard difficulty to fix leaks and  other manage to make their way to the canvas. Obviously, some small malignant advantage of this situation to add their grain of salt and add cover to their tracks with false information. Today, several screenshots of the supposed Galaxy S IV were published and seem very credible.

On the first capture, we can observe the applications launcher, which seems to have changed slightly. The bar at the top of the screen is now transparent like HTC Sense. The arrangement of elements has not changed then, but we note that the icons have changed slightly, especially the camera or web browser.

On the second, there is a further confirmation that the Galaxy S IV will embark Smart pause and Smart scroll, as we have already seen this morning on a 4.2.1 ROM on Galaxy S III. Finally, the third shows a redesigned settings screen, which now operates around tabs rather than a long list of Android as the base.

These catches were sent to the site GSM Israel that come from a variation of the Galaxy S4 reserved to the United States. In fact, the 4G logo at the top of the screen is exactly the same as that used by AT&T. There would also be the confirmation of the integration of a quad-core processor clocked at 1.8 GHz, a 5-inch screen with Full HD and 13 megapixel camera. GSM Israel continues by indicating that 2 GB of RAM are waiting for you, just like the latest version of Android: the 4.2 (Jelly Bean).

Samsung Galaxy S IV

All this information will be confirmed or not in the Samsung event which will take place on March 14.

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