By Shailesh Shrivastava email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Feb 18, 2013 07:18 AM EST
Samsung is hitting headlines with every day in and out, and most of them are related to the company's upcoming smartphone Galaxy S4.
This time also Samsung is in news because of the same reason as two images allegedly taken with Samsung Galaxy S4's camera surfaced over the Internet.
The blurred pics though don't seem to be of high quality, but once we check the EXIF data of the pics the data shows that these were taken by a Samsung camera.
The device model number is given GT-I9505 that is believed to be the number of Samsung Galaxy S4's international model.
The pictures show a tower CPU case in an office kind of environment, so it is believed that the pics must have been taken during some benchmark test.
The EXIF data comparison also indicates towards both the pictures taken with purpose as the time difference between both the pictures is of over an hour.
The first picture, which is of a better quality, was taken in more light and the second one was taken with less brightness hence the quality of the second picture is bad.
The firmware for the camera in both the images is same with code I9505XXEAMB8. The resolutions of the pictures are 2322 x 4128 which is quite expected from a camera of 13 megpixel.
Meanwhile, some more information revealed the launch date and other details of Galaxy S4.
According to an Italian Web site Android Caotic, Galaxy S4 will come into the market two months before its scheduled arrival.
The Web site pitches the smartphone for a March release.
Apart from the release date, the report also talks about some of the major specifications of the much-awaited smartphone.
According to the report, Samsung Galaxy S4 will come with Exynos 5440 processor which is a non-octa core processor. This point gives break to the speculations which were suggesting the upcoming smartphone to be powered by Exynos 5 Octa Core processor.
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