A Chinese forum has posted images that are said to be a dual SIM Chinese variant of the Galaxy S IV, and they line up pretty well with what we're expecting. Are they the real deal?
The images show a device that is a clear iteration of Samsung's design language, seemingly with the addition of a metal band around the device, something we're definitely already expecting. The front is shiny black with the typical Samsung action button while the back has a white textured finish, again something that has been quoted prior to these images.
The device, wearing the i9502 moniker, has a 1920x1080 screen, Android 4.2.1, blistering benchmark scores, a 1.8GHz quad core CPU with PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics, 2GB RAM, a 13 Megapixel camera, seemingly 16GB of onboard storage and a microSD slot.
We'll know later this week whether this leak is indeed Samsung's new flagship, but you have to say - it seems pretty likely...