We don’t know a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S4 right now, however there are plenty of leaks and rumours and hence more details about the device may be coming soon.
The latest comes by way of a new device having been seen on UAProf with AT&T. The folks over at AndroidCommunity now suggest that this may in fact be the Samsung Galaxy S4 for AT&T.
AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 purportedly leaked
Just as with the Samsung Galaxy S3, it is thought that the device will be on all carriers in the US and internationally, however for the time being little is known about its design. There have been rumours along with what were supposed to be press renders leaked and some people are hoping that the handset will have the flexible AMOLED tech that was revealed at the CES.
It is pretty much concrete that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be full HD with the resolution of 1920 x 1080p. This would be needed so that it could compete with the competition this year. Documents have been found that appear to show the UAProf for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4, however they do not reveal much. It does however mention the Samsung SGH-I337 code name and full HD display, along with parts of AT&T.
Samsung revealed the curved displays at CES and we should see these at a later date. The 1080 x 1920 full HD display with 440ppi was also mentioned. This may be making its appearance on the flagship handset. The Samsung Galaxy S3 with AT&T was SGH-I747, which means that the handset in the report is the Samsung Galaxy S4 or another device from Samsung that is next in line. Everyone are keeping their fingers crossed that the device will have a curved display and the Octa processor, but for now we will have to wait and see what Samsung release in March or April.