A photo that appears to have been shot with the unannounced Galaxy S5 has surfaced on Flickr.
Uploaded on Feb. 11, the photo was recently unearthed by notorious mobile leaker @evleaks thanks to locating the EXIF data of the image.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 18, 2014
We’ve placed an optimized version of the image at the top of the page as the original clocks in 3.7MB and 5312 x 2988. You can click the image to have the uncompressed version open in another tab, but it does not become any clearer.
While EXIF data can indeed be faked, this is how other Samsung phones have been discovered in the past prior to their announcements. Perusing this user’s account, he seems overly fond of taking photos of his keyboard as a test subject. The particular model listed in this image’s data appears to be headed for AT&T.
While Samsung has yet to officially acknowledge the Galaxy S5 is close to release, more and more evidence has been building that it will be unveiled next week at Mobile World Congress in Spain. TechnoBuffalo will be there in person to bring you all of the news on Samsung’s latest flagship phone as it happens.
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