Samsung loves its decline concepts to infinity. And "concepts" means "smartphones". Galaxy S4 should not depart from the rule and it may well soon give life to some very specific devices and addressing certain types of users. Galaxy S4 Zoom would be entirely designed for photographers while the Galaxy S4 Active would pursue the backpackers, and so all those who need a very strong motive to accompany every day. It is the latter referred to now as GSM Arena would be able to put on the first pictures of the beast. The images are in the following, as always in fact.
But before going further, we will take the time to swing the little usual caveat, the same one that comes with all the rumors relayed in these lines. For indeed, these photos do not come completely from an official source, but rather an anonymous informant. In other words, it is better to take these pictures with the utmost of prudence and not put the cart before the horse because it may very well be a fake, assembly or even a vulgar Chinese copy.
Phew, now that things are clear, we can get down to business and so consider this Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. As mentioned a little earlier, it seeks above all fighters and, more generally, all those who need a very strong smartphone. The latter thus benefit from a treatment against water and dust , similar treatment - but not necessarily identical - to the Sony Xperia Z. Design level, play the shot map of the difference with more rounded shapes and a rear shell ... particularly conspicuous.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Active: as powerful as its big brother?
Under the hood, however, we would be entitled to more or less the same as for the Galaxy S4. This edition and benefit of a Full HD Super AMOLED screen of 5 inches, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.9 Ghz 600, an Adreno 320 GPU and 2GB of RAM to boot.
That's the outline. Finally, we can say that the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active should be presented soon by the manufacturer, or in the next day or the next week. There remains not long to wait to be fully attached to his fate.