As we reported recently that the Galaxy S IV to be launch on March 15 (Rumored), and now the latest rumored is that the international version of the Galaxy S IV is supposed to be named GT-i9500.
According to the EXIF info the model name of the South Korean version will be SHV-E300S and the model name for the AT&T version will be SGH-I337.
Of course, the EXIF info can be easily tampered with, so take these findings with a pinch of salt for now.
In a streak of related news, AndroidGreed.com reported that the Galaxy S IV model name for Sprint will be SPH-D806, while the one for Verizon should be called SCH-V727. According to their insider source, the smartphone will launch in the US in early June.
And we also got some hot news about the camera of Galaxy S IV – as per the EXIF info the Galaxy S IV will be available in two different variants and the only technical details we get is that the camera on both Galaxy S IV models uses a relatively bright aperture of f/2.2 (it’s f/2.6 on the S III) and that the focal length is 4.2 mm (it’s 3.7mm on the S III). Unfortunately, on its own the focal length measurement is not comparable between different camera modules.