A sneak peak of Samsung’s latest attempt to unseat Apple's iPhone as the mobile of choice has been released ahead of its global launch tomorrow (14 March).
The Galaxy S4 will be unveiled at 11pm UK time in New York and like its predecessor the S3 the event is likely to attract a dedicated audience.
The image, posted here on Samsung's official US twitter page, only reveals the top of handset and much of its covered in shadow.
However, the image does look like the one released on a Chinese forum recently, if it is the post claimed the phone is slightly larger version of the S3 with 2GB of ram.
Numerous rumours are circulating about the handset including that it could have a new contactless screen where users hover a finger over an app or picture to activate it.
But, the most intriguing development is the rumour the phone might be able to scan the user's eye movement, via a front facing camera, which would be able to tell when you've got to the bottom of a page and automatically scroll down.
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