Samsung is yet to unveil its rugged Galaxy S4 version, but the first press image of the Galaxy S4 Active complete with AT&T branding has hit the web.
Famous leakster @evleaks has apparently managed to get his or her hands on the Galaxy S4 Active, and the phone in the following image looks similar to that Galaxy S4 Active (model GT-I9295) that was seen in the wild in Croatia just a few weeks ago (picture above).
In addition to the AT&T logo present on the back of the device, you can also see the Galaxy S4 Active product name, a detail that wasn’t available on that previously leaked red version of the handset.
Speaking of colors, it looks like this is the dark grey model, which should hit AT&T in the near future (model number SGH-I537) assuming this leak is real – there’s always a chance that such images are fake even if they come from a trusted source. The Unlockr reports that the handset would also be available in teal.
The design of the Galaxy S4 Active in this image is pretty much in line with what we’ve seen in that red version. We have a metallic case with bolts on the back and three physical buttons on the front side.
The handset is said to pack a 5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED touchscreen display, 1.9GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 16GB of storage, 8-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, LTE, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz on top.
The Galaxy S4 Active is yet to become official but we wouldn’t be surprised to see it on stage in London, during that June 20 media event. We have no idea though when the handset would be launched in the U.S. by AT&T, or whether other carriers will also pick it up.
Looking at that screen, you can easily spot June 21 as the date, which could hint a potential announcement and/or launch date with AT&T.
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Looks much better in this color :O
this is the version they should have launched from the outset
2GB of RAM (lazy reporting yet again by AA). Aside from the camera, this is exactly the same phone as the S4 but with additional waterproof capabilities and it seems a more sterling build quality.
Wish they would make a Note 3 variant of this :-(
well the hardware buttons are a let down IMHO