UPDATE 2: More images of Galaxy S IV (GT-I9502) has been leaked. Click here.
UPDATE: A video of the device has been posted on YouTube. You can watch it below. Via
A Chinese forum has published plethora of pictures of GT-I9502. Images reveal a lot of things on the hardware front and most importantly, the design. Interestingly, the forum poster claims it to be a dual-SIM version of the Galaxy S IV for China Unicom. However, before we jump to any conclusion, this device could just be another prototype Samsung may have been testing. Samsung is known for testing different designs for its devices to avoid the original design leak. Samsung did a similar thing with the Galaxy S III.
Also, add to the fact that this prototype looks more like the Galaxy Note II and if we consider the legitimacy of the leaked cases that hinted on a squarish-design, this could not be the final Galaxy S IV.
However, the underlying hardware shown in Antutu test tells a different story. According to the benchmark app, the device runs Android 4.2.1 and boasts a 1080p full HD display along with 1.8GHz processor, 2GB RAM and 13MP camera, which could more or less be the final hardware found on the Galaxy S IV.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S IV on March 14 in New York. Are you excited?