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Submitted by Vames 685d ago | opinion piece

So The Leaked Galaxy S4 Is A Spitting Image Of iPhone 5

Mobile & Apps: "Did anyone see the leaked image of the supposed Samsung Galaxy S4? If that photo is real, then we could be in for an iPhone 5 look-alike launching this year." (iPhone 5, Phones, Photo, samsung galaxy s4, Web)

fatstarr  +   686d ago
Im sure Samsung has learned their lesson for releasing similar products that look like the competition.
iSpy  +   685d ago
No didn't.
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LOL_WUT  +   685d ago
It does have a resemblance to the new iPhone. Samsung saw Apple making all the big bucks so they went with something that works. ;)
Speed-Racer  +   685d ago
Wasn't it cleared up some time ago that this was a fake?
Codeman420  +   685d ago
Too bad the picture they used for this article has been stretched from the one in the link. Nice try.

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