Once again, leaked EXIF data to save the day. This time, they reveal a little more about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV. It appears that at least two Galaxy S IV versions were used to upload the images up to Google+. These photos however have been taken done since.
Android Authority - "It appears that at least two Galaxy S4 versions have been used to upload images to Google Plus including the SGH-I337 (which is rumored to be AT&T’s version) and the SHV-E300S (the Korean version) – the pictures have been taken down since being discovered.
In addition to pictures uploaded from these two rumored Galaxy S4 versions (the Korean model was used on Wednesday, while the AT&T model was used on Thursday to upload the images,) another unannounced Samsung device has been spotted in EXIF data, the SPH-M840, initially believed to be Sprint’s Galaxy S4. However, it appears that the SHP-M840 is not the Sprint Galaxy S4, so we’ll be looking for more details on that particular device in the near future as well."
The top of the line Samsung Galaxy S IV has been rumored to be be equipped with a 1.8GHz 8-core Exynos 5 Octa processor and a 4.99-inch 1080p full HD display. The Android smartphone is also believed to feature a 13-megapixel rear camera, 2GB of RAM, 4G LTE connectivity, and wireless charging capabilities.
Source: SamMobile via Android Authority