Samsung Galaxy S4 leaked images were declared as artwork by Expansys, thus ridiculing the desing depicted in the images. EVleaks posted a info-graphic on Twitter, showcasing the South Korean company’s next offering in the smartphone sector. Galaxy S4 has been the subject of many leaks as Samsung plans to unveil the device on March 16 at an event in New York.
Expansys stated that EVleaks had procured the images from them, but they were mere rendered images of Galaxy S4. The leaked image showed that there would be no home button on the display of the successor of Galaxy S3. TechRadar reported that Expansys created the images, which were posted as official Galaxy S4 images.
Talking to TechRadar, an Expansys spokesperson said, “These images are renders used on the Expansys website as placeholder images for the S4 and are not official Samsung images.” Expansys French handle on Twitter wrote, “@evleaks: our webdesigner made them !!! Evleaks stole them and added his logo.”
The leaked images of Galaxy S4 showed that the device comprises of a Super AMOLED high-definition touchscreen, 13-megapixel camera, three models defined by storage, 16GB, 32GB or 64GB. The image also depicted that the device housed 2GB RAM and operates on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of Google’s mobile software.
Samsung released a teaser video for Galaxy S4 in its own cryptic sense heightening the anticipation of the consumers. With less than two weeks away, Galaxy S4 launch seems to be gaining momentum. What do you think about the new offering form Samsung?