Alleged Galaxy S IV camera samples surface on Google+

07 February, 2013 | Comments (89) | Post your comment

Tags: Samsung, Android

The Samsung Galaxy S IV remain as elusive as ever, but this time we get a glimpse of some camera samples, which were accidentally uploaded on Google+.

One of the photos shows a Samsung branded desk calendar, so chances are, these are coming straight from Samsung's HQ (or more probably some regional Samsung office, which has lower security standards).

Unfortunately, the resolution of the photos is not the full one (biggest size is 6MP) and the EXIF information doesn't tell us much about the camera mounted on the Samsung's next flagship.

The only technical details we get is that the camera on both Galaxy S IV models uses a relatively bright aperture of f/2.2 (it's f/2.6 on the S III) and that the focal length is 4.2 mm (it's 3.7mm on the S III). Unfortunately, on its own the focal length measurement is not comparable between different camera modules.

Another thing that the EXIF info tells us is the model name of the South Korean version (SHV-E300S) and the model name for the AT&T version (SGH-I337).

Of course, the EXIF info can be easily tampered with, so take these findings with a pinch of salt for now.

In a streak of related news, AndroidGreed.com reported that the Galaxy S IV model name for Sprint will be SPH-D806, while the one for Verizon should be called SCH-V727. According to their insider source, the smartphone will launch in the US in early June.

The international version on the other hand is supposed to be named GT-i9500.

Check out all the photos over at the source link below.

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Alleged Galaxy S IV camera samples surface on Google+ - reader comments

  • Anonymous

This is a leak for camera you troll

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  • 2013-02-15 01:07
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  • Anonymous

They obviously will be

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  • 2013-02-15 01:07
  • 4QSR
  • Anonymous

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  • 2013-02-10 04:42
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