Samsung is just about to announce the Galaxy S IV but the same Chinese site who showed us in clear detail what the Galaxy S IV will look like has decided to pry open the giant superphone and expose its innards. We spy an eight-core processor, 13-megapixel camera and motion detector too. [IT168 via MIC Gadget via The Verge]
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