The Samsung Galaxy S4 seems to be more than just a high-end product name, but a family of products designed to cater for your every need. We’ve already reported heavily on the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and the Galaxy S4 Mini, and now it looks like its time for some more Galaxy S4 Zoom details.
As the name hints, the Galaxy S4 Zoom is dedicated to providing better picture quality on smartphones and, as such, is said to contain a 16-megapixel camera, with a 10x optical zoom slapped on for good measure. Samsung is yet to officially confirme the device though.
Now however, it seems we have had a few other specifications come to light. The UAProf of the Galaxy S4 Zoom (SM-C101) has been discovered, revealing a 540 x 960 screen resolution and a vague ARM11 CPU.
The screen resolution is considerably lower than the original Galaxy S4‘s but the screen is rumored to be smaller, at 4.3 inches. However, it is the same reported resolution as the Galaxy S4 Mini, meaning that Samsung could be looking to save a few dollars on manufacturing costs. That puts the pixel density of the Galaxy S4 Zoom at a less than inspiring 256 PPI, assuming the information in this UA Profile is accurate.
Until the Galaxy S4 Zoom gets official, you can check out an alleged photo taken with the Galaxy S4 Zoom.
Would you be interested in a product like the Galaxy S4 Zoom? Or are smartphone cameras good enough?