The rumor mills on the Internet have been abuzz with any and every kind of information about Samsung’s highly-anticipated flagship model, the Galaxy S IV. Now the folks at MobileFun have come across a set of images showing a range of phone cases specially designed for the Galaxy S IV.
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These cases are not shaped in the ‘pebble’ design-language that is being used on the S III, but rather are more squarish resembling the Galaxy S II. The cases point to the fact that the S IV will sport a 4.99- or a 5-inch display likely supporting 1080p resolution. The rear of the case shows three slots meant for a mid-mounted large camera, which we expect to be 13-megapixels, an LED flash and a pair of speakers mounted on either side of the camera lens. On the side of the case are slots for the volume rocker on the left and a lock button and microUSB port on the right. Also Read - Sony Xperia Z4 announced, features 1080p display, Snapdragon 810 octa-core SoC, 20.7-megapixel camera
As we’ve reported earlier the Galaxy S IV is expected feature 2GB RAM, a microSD slot and wireless charging capabilities. On the software side of things we can expect an Android 4.2 Jelly Bean smartphone with a layer of TouchWiz. Also Read - Motorola Moto Maxx launching in India as ‘Moto Turbo’: Report
The Galaxy S IV is expected to be launched at the Mobile Unpacked event once the buzz of the MWC dies down in New York on March 14.