The leak brigade has been busy leaving trails of the Samsung Galaxy S4 here and there. Earlier today, we got a first glimpse of the phone’s smart scroll feature, though apparently it’s from a leaked Galaxy S3 ROM.
A little over a week from the official unveiling of the Galaxy S4, we now have some purported screenshots from the flagship phone, which show the main homescreen (and the ever-present TouchWiz UI), settings, device information, and more.
The screenshots seem to confirm the specs of the device, such as its (almost) 5-inch full HD display (440 ppi!) and quad-core processor, which will apparently be clocked at around 1.8GHz. Other bit of information that we can deduct from the leaked pictures — not shown above — is that it will have a 13MP camera.
As expected, the S4 will come preloaded with a chock-full of Smart features. Some of the newest additions include smart rotation and smart scroll. You can see the rest of the screenshots at the source.
Inevitably, there will be more leaks heading our way as we near March 14, though it’s unlikely that we’ll see how the device looks like in real life. In the mean time, don’t forget to check out our Galaxy S4 rumor roundup.