Possible Samsung Galaxy S IV Camera Image Samples Discovered

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Remember late last month when we showed you a UAProf listing that had us thinking that Samsung’s SGH-I337 could be the Galaxy S IV for AT&T? Well today, a bunch of images have been uncovered that appear to have been taken by that very same phone, along with what could be the Korean version of the GS4, Samsung’s model SHV-E300S.

While we’ve heard the Galaxy S IV could have a thirteen-megapixel camera, these pictures don’t approach that kind of resolution, and instead appear to have been snapped in a lower-res mode. That makes them a little less interesting, but considering just how high-profile the GS4 is, we’re excited at any opportunity to check out what could be some new evidence of its existence.

The latest rumors suggest that Samsung could announce the Galaxy S IV at an Unpacked event right on the Ides of March. If that’s indeed true, we’re just over five weeks away from getting the full story on Samsung’s next flagship.

Update: It looks like the images have been taken down, or at least made private. There are a number of ways we could read that situation, and while we’d love to think that it’s confirmation that they were legit and removed out of fear for repercussion from Samsung, that just might be reading too much into things.

Source: Hyunsuk Park (Google+) -dead-
Via: SamMobile

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