Samsung Galaxy S IV GT-I9505 Camera Samples Appeared on Picasa

Galaxy S IV GT-I95050 Camera Sample

The South Korean manufacturer has been long rumored to schedule the launch of the most awaited Samsung Galaxy S IV handset on March 15th. We’ve been discussing about its processor technology, and also came across some alleged press shots and some confirmed technical specifications of the Galaxy S IV, which will pack a 5-inch 1080p Full HD display – first for any Samsung device. A few days ago, we’ve seen the first alleged camera samples from the Galaxy S IV handset on Google+.

Today, the folks over SamMobile have come up with two more camera samples of the device for your viewing pleasure. Thanks to EXIF data. A couple of camera shots were uploaded to Picasa, and the EXIF info indicates that the device used to capture those images called Galaxy S IV GT-I9505 handset, which has I9505XXEAMB8 firmware installed. Both camera samples were shot at a resolution of 2322 x 4128 pixels, using f/1.2 aperture, and 4mm focal length.

We guess that these are indeed taken in a Samsung office with the upcoming Galaxy S IV handset and there is a good chance that the guy (he or she) who uploaded the images on Picasa works for Samsung. All the previous leaks have been mentioned that the Galaxy S IV is sais to arrive on shelves with a 13 megapixel primary camera.

Galaxy S IV GT-I95050 Camera Sample

On the other side, some of the other Android handsets are coming with stunning camera technologies. Recently launched Sony Xperia Z is coming with a 13 megapixel rear-facing shooter with Exmos RS sensor and new HDR mode for video, which is a first on any smartphone. The HTC One (aka M7) is also expected to have a new camera technology called Ultrapixel, which features three layers of pixels, each of a 4.3MP resolution to produce crispier, sharp, and more color accurate images than the ones taken with conventional RGB sensors.

We’ll have to wait and if Sammy is planning to introduce a new camera technology for Galaxy S IV and how it will handle taking shots in low light conditions. Stay tuned for more information.

Source: SamMobile, Picasa

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.