Images provide first look at ruggedized Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Images provide first look at ruggedized Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

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The first images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 have leaked online, giving us a look at how the device might look for the rugged smartphone. Photos, obtained by GSMArena, show the handset as having three hardware buttons as well as a stronger, reinforced shell.

The specs for the Samsung Galaxy S4 are expected to include a quad-core 1.9GHz processor with Adreno 320 GPU as well as the 4.99-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display found in today’s current model.

We get the sense that Samsung could be ready to announce the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active in short order as the recent Samsung WatchON update confirms its existence.

GSMArena

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2 Comments

  1. raitchison
    May 20, 12:28 Reply

    Drooling over those hardware buttons, I miss those so much.

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