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March 12, 2013

Alleged Samsung Galaxy S4 hands-on video leaks

Leaked photos of what claims to be the Galaxy S4 has been circulating the web recently. Now an alleged hands-on video of the upcoming flagship was uploaded on YouTube for everyone to see.

The video shows a device that sports a dark gray front with a thin bezel, a large display (probably 5 inches), white rear with marble-like finish, a silver strip along the sides, dual-SIM capabilites, and runs Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. Looks a bit stocky if you ask me. Watch the video below and see for yourself.

What do you guys think? Is this the real deal or just a really good Chinese knockoff?

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12 Responses to “Alleged Samsung Galaxy S4 hands-on video leaks”

  1. Paul says:

    Correction…Galaxy SIV Duos and not the Galaxy SIV lol.

  2. its a knock off ! says:

    Look at the bootanimation and settings and its laggy hahahaha

  3. drew says:

    It’s more likely to be version 2 of Galaxy Grand Duos. hahaha

  4. johnonline says:

    it’s not the s4, more like the duos. Anyway, im starting to get scared for samsung..i really hope they have something to surprise us, in a good way..kasi kung hindi, kakainin sila ng htc,lg at ng sony..walang magagawa ang billion dollars marketing strategy nila…

  5. ronald says:

    Renting radio city music hall in new york means that it is gonna be an awesome fone.

  6. reese says:

    the hand and fingers looks so “chinese” so it’s a knockoff

  7. Phillip says:

    I doubt that they would release an almost exact appearance as the S3. Baka this time rectangular na ulit and not with the rounded edges.

  8. techatbp says:

    i hope na di yan ang final.. sana magiba ng design.. gayahin yung sa wp line nila

    anyway, you can win nokia 206 by clicking my name

  9. LITO says:

    THATS A CLONE HIHIHIHIHIHIHIHIIIIIIII

  10. nomad says:

    I fear that Samsung keeps on releasing new models almost always. Baka mamaya magaya sila sa Nokia na puro release sabay bagsak sa sales.

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