Samsung's already teased the Galaxy S IV in a couple of videos ahead of its big March 14 event, and now the device maker has decided to start doing its teasing in still image form as well. The official Samsung Mobile U.S. Twitter account just shared the image you see above, which shows a device with rounded corners, an edge that looks to be a different color than the front of the phone and what's likely a volume rocker on the side. There's also some Samsung branding above the device's display.
There's not a lot that we can glean from this teaser image, but the device pictured in it does appear to be somewhat similar to the device that leaked out earlier today and actually looks a bit like the Galaxy S III, suggesting that Samsung may not stray far from the look of the S III for its new flagship Android smartphone. We know that Samsung is pretty proud of the design of the Galaxy S III, and so it wouldn't be a total shock to see Samsung carry that look over to its new Galaxy S model with some slight tweaks. Good thing we only have to wait until Thursday before all is finally revealed. Would you be happy if the Galaxy S IV featured a design similar to the Galaxy S III? Or are you hoping for a totally new look?