Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

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A full tear down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV has been leaked before the device's official release on it168.com.

According to M.I.C. Gadget, the numerous photo and video leaks are thanks to China Unicom.

So why some Chinese tech journalist could get an early hands-on and even allow to break down the device ? Thanks to China Unicom again. The Chinese telecoms operator has its own radio version ready in hands, the Galaxy S4 showing here is only supports 3G WCDMA network, no 4G LTE. Judging from the photo, we have a Full HD display, 8 core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 13-megapixel camera with dedicated imaging chip, light and distance motion sensor, lage capacity battery, etc

Take a look at the photos below...

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Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]

Full Tear Down of the Samsung Galaxy S IV Leaked Before Its Release [Photos]
Rahim Habib - March 16, 2013 at 8:37pm
Is it my impression or is it a dual sim Phone??
Arjay - March 15, 2013 at 4:38am
good, they starting making a imitation too... and samsung wont even bother to sued this small jerk. because of no money ...
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6italia0 - March 15, 2013 at 3:53am
Is there a point in doing teardowns on samsung phones anymore? Their all built exactly the same every single smartphone ever released by Samsung is always the same. It makes the company look like they have no new ideas at all.
Koyie - April 5, 2013 at 4:08pm
To think, I was confused a mtiune ago.
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Rick - March 15, 2013 at 3:53am
This need to change the battery has been lost on us. Our family still has two iPhone Ones, yes 1, in daily use since 2007 and have never run out of power or lost capacity to hold power. That is nearly 8 years on and still going strong. SJ got it right.
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