More screenshots leak claiming to show off some of the Galaxy S4's core specs and features. After faked shots emerged earlier in the week, are these the real deal?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will arrive packing a 5-inch, 1920 x 1080 full HD display with an awe-inspiring pixel density of 480 ppi according to purported leaked screenshots.
The grabs, uncovered by GSM Israel tell of a pixel density that would outstrip Apple's Retina Display and the impressive 441ppi on the new Sony Xperia Z.
Beyond the display, the screen grabs, if genuine, also confirm that the Galaxy S4 will stick with a quad-core processor rather than debuting its much-vaunted, and quite frankly ridiculously-awesome-sounding Exynos 5 octo-core SoC.
The leak quotes a 1.7GHz quad-core ARM v7 processor.
There's also 'confirmation' of a 13-megapixel rear camera - something that has been heavily rumoured recently - as well as further evidence of improved front-facing camera sensor technology, allowing for greater control of the phone's functionality from your peepers.
Smart Pause, would pause a video when the camera detects that your head is looking away from the screen, while Smart Scroll automatically moves to the next block of tech when your eyes reach the bottom of the page.
We're not taking these screenshots as the gospel truth as many sites were caught out by fakes earlier this week. We'll find out for sure at Samsung's Galaxy S4 launch event in New York City a week today.
We'll have live coverage on the day and will also have a T3er at the event to get hands-on with the device at the first available opportunity.