Alleged photos of parts of iPhone 5 S are making the buzz over the net. It appears that someone got hold of photos of the home button and the vibration component of the much-awaited iPhone 5 successor. There are also some similarities with how the home button looks but the circuits are a little different.
Interestingly, the serial numbers on the photos of the home button flex for the iPhone 5 and the alleged 5 S are quite close to each other. For this reason, it seems like this is a fairly plausible rumor.
Some information about the future iPhone 5 S report that the handset's home button will feature a fingerprint scanner but this leak "debunks" that old rumor (if it's even possible to kill a rumor with another rumor, tsk).
Other rumors also report the possibility of a low-cost iPhone and one that might have the fingerprint scanner as earlier reported. We'll know in a few months if any of these were true.
Recently, alleged features of the Galaxy S IV have made the internet abuzz and it appears that the Samsung flagship smartphone will be using Exynos 5, instead of Snapdragon. Furthermore, just today, snapshots suspected to have been taken by the Galaxy S IV have begun to surface over the net.
Speculatively, aside from the Exynos, there have been questions regarding the phone's chipset. The International Samsung Galaxy S IV or the Verizon version will have NenaMark figures to distinguish them from the rest.
On Picasa web, photos that were allegedly taken by the Galaxy S IV surfaced. According to the benchmarks, the new smart phone will feature a better resolution of 2322 x 4128 pixels and this kind of supports the rumor that the S IV will have a 13 MP camera. Whether this version of the Galaxy S series will be loved by many or not remains to be seen.