Leaked pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom have surfaced online. The device has been a subject of rumour for some time.
Sam Mobile has put out the device's pictures along with the specifications. The Galaxy S4 Zoom is said to be Samsung's first- ever camera phone running on an Android interface.
According to the website, the device will be flashing a 4.3in qHD super AMOLED display along with its own Touch-Wiz Nature UX interface and Android (4.2.2) Jelly Bean OS.
GSM Arena speculates the device to sport a 10x optical zoom and to be powered by a 1.6 GHz dual-core processor with 1 GB RAM.
Sam Mobile reports that the device will come with 8 GB internal memory storage with the option of expanding up to 64 GB through SD card slot. The Galaxy S4 Zoom connectivity option includes the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n with support for A-GPS.
Codenamed SM-C1010, the device will flaunt a 16 megapixel camera sensor enhanced by optical zoom. This makes the device the highest among all the Samsung handsets available in terms of camera resolution till date. The screen lock key, volume rockers and a dedicated camera shutter key are placed on the right side of the device.
The Galaxy S4 Zoom's price remains under wraps. Samsung has officially announced the 20 June event in London where the device is expected to be revealed. The Sam Mobile website adds that the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom will be the last device in the S4 family.