Quick Note: More Claimed Galaxy S IV Images Leak
March 14, 2013 8:33 AM
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New leaked images claim to be an engineering prototype
Considering that tonight is the big day for the
official unveil the Samsung Galaxy S IV
, we will know all the official details in short order. However, that hasn't stopped a myriad of
and specifications of the device from hitting the web this week. More images that claim to be of the device had turned up, this time out China.
The device pictured is supposedly an engineering prototype. We'll have to wait a few more hours and see if the actual device unveiled by Samsung looks anything like these leaked images that have been turning up over the last few weeks.
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3/14/2013 10:55:02 AM
Its just dependant on what you prefer. Good plastic like the GS3 (and I presume GS4) have the advantage of being scratch and wear resistant. Tehy look clean and new longer than any other material... But do lok and feel cheap. Aluminum is great with look and feel but scratches and wears easily.
This liquid metal we keep hearing about seems promising. Cant wait to see it in real product.
3/14/2013 3:27:35 PM
When I hear liquid metal, I always think "knives and stabbing weapons!"
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