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Samsung Galaxy S4 official images and design

Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S4 from every angle

Samsung Galaxy S4 black mist front

Samsung has now officially launched the Galaxy S4, it's new flagship smartphone. This page is for you to take a look at the official Galaxy S4 images. See also: Samsung Galaxy S4 gets Full HD screen and Exynos 8-core processor: specs, details, release date.

As the leaked photos showed, the Galaxy S4 looks very similar in design to its predecessor, the Galaxy S3. With a 5in screen, matching the size of the Sony Xperia Z, it's a big bigger of course – it's 69.8 x 136.6 x 7.9mm and 130g. But the traditional look remains with rounded corners, a physical home button and a removable rear cover. See Samsung Galaxy S4 specs: confirmed.

Moving on from the Galaxy S3's marble white and pebble blue colours, the Galaxy S4 comes in 'black mist' and 'white frost'. We were a bit concerned when the leaked images showed a black front and white back. Samsung said more colours will be available later this year.

See also Samsung Galaxy S4 new features.

Samsung said: "The real beauty of the phone is its highly crafted design, encompassing a large screen size and battery, and a minimised bezel. Slimmer than its predecessors, there’s less to hold yet more to see."

Well enough talk, here's all of the official Samsung Galaxy S4 images.

Read: Samsung Galaxy S4 price in UK.

Samsung Galaxy S4 white frost front

Samsung Galaxy S4 white frost rear

Samsung Galaxy S4 white frost side

Samsung Galaxy S4 black mist rear

Samsung Galaxy S4 black mist side

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