Samsung Galaxy S4’s 13 MP camera module spotted

Soon after the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note II, rumors about the successor of the Galaxy S III started coming online. The first rumor that came out was that the Galaxy S IV would be announced at the Mobile Wold Congress (MWC) 2013. But soon after this rumor came online, the South Korean Android smart phone giant released an official statement saying that this was just a rumor and the company had no such plans.

That was a blow for all those Samsung smart phone fans who have been waiting to get even the slightest news about the successor of the awesome Galaxy S III. And today, we have another rumor about the device. This has to do with the specs of the device. The Samsung Galaxy S IV is said to have a 13 mega pixel camera, the module of which has been leaked online.

The module pictured above is that of a 13 mega pixel camera, which is expected to be coming on the Samsung Galaxy S IV. According to the rumor, this 13 mega pixel camera module was actually intended to come on the Galaxy S III, or the Galaxy Note II. But since both the devices are out, we know that none of the two have the module.

This 13 mega pixel camera would capture images with a resolution of 4208 × 3120 pixels, and has a dimension of 8.5×8.5×5.9 mm. But of course, we cannot be completely sure if this camera module would actually come on the Galaxy S IV. But we can be sure of one thing, the next premium smart phone from Samsung will have an improved camera, either the camera app or the actual hardware. This is because the camera on a smart phone can make or break the deal for many people.

It is better to just ignore this rumor. What do you think? Will the Galaxy S IV have a 13 mega pixel camera?

Source: Ubergizmo

One Reply to “Samsung Galaxy S4’s 13 MP camera module spotted”

  1. Good lord. I don’t need more megapixels that eat up memory. I need better optics, sensors and exposure latitude to make existing 8 mega pixel camera phone pictures look better!

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