Is This A Samsung Galaxy S4 Or Samsung Galaxy Nexus 5? [PICS]

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A render has been posted online which is said to be the Samsung Galaxy S4. However the device does look a lot like the LG Nexus 4 making us think this should more likely be a Nexus device like the rumored Google Nexus 5. Of course there some prospective owners of the Samsung Galaxy S4 who might enjoy the look of the LG Nexus 4, but surely the render cannot be what the real Samsung Galaxy S4 would look like.

We have seen numerous showcases from fans of what the Samsung Galaxy S4 could look like. The first render shows the device as being rectangular in shape and the taller design would be needed for the rumoured taller screen.

The picture also shows that Samsung have kept a design that is very similar to the one of the Samsung Galaxy S3, this is something we have heard about in many rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S4.

The second picture shows what the Samsung Galaxy S4 could look like if it was designed in metal. The design is nice; however it is not thought to be the Samsung Galaxy S4. Samsung are known for using plastic on the handsets and so the design in metal would be very unlikely.

Another render has been shown this time from android it, this shows as what the Galaxy S4 may look like if it had the design of the LG Nexus 4. The front of the handset does look like the design of the Samsung Galaxy S3 however the back looks like the back of the LG Nexus 4.

The device in the render has measurements of 136 x 70 x 6.6 mm, a display of 5 inches at 1080p, the Exynos 5 Octa processor at 1.5GHz, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a battery of 2800mAh, a camera of 13 megapixels that records 1080p video and it comes with Jelly bean 4.2.

Of course none of the above is over the top and they could be possible. However it is thought that the design would not be used as it is too much like that of the LG Nexus 4.

Galaxy S4 render

Galaxy S4 render

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