The Samsung Galaxy S IV is going to be announced in nine days and we're pretty excited for it even if we don't know what it's going to look like. We might now, though. A few leaked images of what's supposed to be the Galaxy S IV have come out and if they're real, the phone looks pretty good. And it won't have a home button?
As awesome as the Galaxy S III was, it always felt a little bit chintzy because of its round plastic body. The S IV, in these leaked pictures (which come from previously reliable @evleaks), looks a bit more solid with cleaner lines and an understated design. Well, if a gigantic slate of a phone can be consider understated. Note the lack of a home button. Look at how it compares with the old Galaxy line:
These leaked pictures don't automatically mean that the Galaxy S IV will look like this (it could just be a placeholder image for all we know) but it seems kind of, sort of in line with previously rumoured images. At this point, the only thing we know for sure is that the Galaxy S IV will take on some sort of a rectangular shape. However, if this image does end up showing what the Galaxy S IV will look like, what do you guys think?
The leaked images of the GSIV also show that it'll come in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB versions with 2GB of RAM. If this image is correct, the GSIV will also have a 13 megapixel camera and run Android 4.2. Of course, this is all an unsubstantiated rumour. To find out everything we know about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV, head over to our rumour roundup. [@evleaks via Engadget]