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Samsung’s Galaxy 4S photo leaked — or Photoshopped?

A photo of the new Samsung Galaxy 4S has surfaced on a Russian mobile phone blogger, Eldar Murtazin, on Twitter last night. The photo shows a new sleek-slim design for the new smartphone due out in (about or under) two months.

The Samsung Galaxy S II Plus is being called the “Galaxy 4S” and supposedly the equivalent of the iPhone 5 that never launched last year. Still some are calling foul on the photo saying it is Photoshopped.

Nothing within the photo shows or identifies the phone specifically as the S II Plus, but looking closer the rim of the phone does reveal that of an iPhone 3.  Photoshop is a wonderful deception tool, but seeing is not always believing.

We’re calling it fake, a mirage, but we’ll leave that up to our readers to decide. If this does turn out to be the real-deal, impressive — it’s a nice design for Galaxy to proceed on.

 

 

 


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