Samsung Galaxy S4: 8-core, 5 inch screen

By Sam Kieldsen on Mar 14, 2013 7:39 AM
Filed under Mobility

Flagship phone will also have a 13MP camera, but no eye-tracking scrolling.

samsung galaxy s4

A day ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S4’s official unveiling, Bloomberg has published a report on the phone detailing a number of the specs, details of which it claims come courtesy of “two people familiar with the product”.

The report claims that Galaxy S4 will feature a 5in screen, 13MP camera and, outside of the US, an 8-core processor (the US version will carry a quad-core CPU – sorry, guys).

Bloomberg’s sources poured cold water on the popular notion that the phone will feature eye-tracking scrolling for web pages and the like – although they did say it was a possibility for future versions of the S4. Whether that’s as a software update or as part of a wholly different model remains to be seen.

Tune in tomorrow evening for all the confirmed news surrounding Samsung’s big reveal – and in the meantime take a gander at our round-up of rumours.

[via Bloomberg]

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