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Samsung Galaxy S4 release date and pic leaked

Sammy's next-gen superphone sneaks out into the wild with a sly snap and a potential release date. Click on for all you need to know

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is one of the most anticipated tech launches of this year – and it’s set to arrive in May, according to Samsung Lebanon’s Facebook page.

Stating that the Galaxy S4 won’t be released before May and that all Galaxy S devices are released between late April and early May, Samsung Lebanon has all-but-confirmed an early May launch date for the superphone.

And if that isn’t enough to satiate your Galaxy S4 appetite, SamMobile’s insider at Samsung has reportedly snapped a photo of the S4 – which looks similar to the existing Galaxy S3, with an elongated minimal-bezel screen and no home button, meaning that Android’s onscreen buttons will take centre stage.

The rumoured 2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB (or possibly even 3GB) RAM, 5in 1080×1920 display and 13MP camera have us drooling on our keyboards – so stay tuned for more Galaxy S4 news and rumours as and when we get them.

[Facebook via GSM Arena, SamMobile, via TechRadar]

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