Samsung has unveiled an image of its forthcoming Galaxy S4 smartphone, two days before its New York launch event.
The Korean firm released the image on it US Samsung Twitter account late on 11 March.
The image reveals little about the device and offers no insights into its technical specifications or new software features but given the image it appears the S4 will look broadly similar to the S3.
The S4 is the follow up to Samsung's hugely successful S3, which was the UK's top selling Android smartphones in 2012. According to Samsung, it sold more than 40 million S3 handsets.
Because of the S3's success, rumours regarding the S4's specifications are rife at the moment.
Most recently, an Eye Scroll trademark filing by Samsung led to rumblings that the S4 will boast intelligent eye tracking features, detecting when users have finished reading a page and automatically scroll down.
Other less solid rumours have speculated about the use of an eight-core processor, improved low light camera lens and new business-focused security features.
For a complete breakdown of all the big Galaxy S4 rumours, check out V3's top 10, or check back on 14 March for live coverage of the Samsung Unpacked event.
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