The clock is ticking down to when Samsung's Galaxy S IV will make its official public debut, but until then we've seen a variety of leaks and rumors about the device, with a new one surfacing today. The ever-faithful @evleaks on Twitter has posted two render images purported to be the Galaxy S IV, with one of them listing its specs, which you can check out after the jump. UPDATE: These images have been sourced back to Expansys where they make clear that they've created these images for illustrative purposes only - aka they're not based on real, official specifications at all.
The two images show off a rather spartan mock-up of the Galaxy S IV's design, with the first image also including an array of specs that aren't anything we haven't seen before. According to the leak, the display will be a full HD Super AMOLED touchscreen, which will have a 4.99-inch display, while storage will be available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB varieties.
The camera is said to be a 13-megapixel unit offering a max resolution of 4,128 x 3,096 pixels, as well as an LED flash and auto focus. There's 2GB of RAM listed, and it is said to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. According to a benchmark that surfaced last month, the Galaxy S IV could have a Qualcomm Adreno 320 GPU, while word has it the handset will run a Exynos 5250 processor.
Earlier today, Samsung sent out "Be Ready 4 The Next Galaxy" invitations to its upcoming event in New York City on March 14. Stay tuned to Slashgear - we'll keep you updated on the handset's latest info up until the big event, after which point we'll get our hands on the device to give you a complete rundown of what it has to offer.
[via Android Community]