Samsung Galaxy S 4 Zoom for AT&T, 2013 pic.twitter.com/ndrKf1HDDU
— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 17, 2013
AT&T has shown that it's more than happy to provide a home to Samsung's various Galaxy-branded hardware, including the Galaxy S III mini, Galaxy Camera, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy Mega. Because of that history between the two companies, it's no surprise to see @evleaks post an image of a Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom with AT&T apps and branding.
Originally introduced back in June, the Galaxy S4 Zoom is a bit like a combination of a Galaxy S4 mini and Galaxy Camera. One side of the device packs a 4.3-inch 960x540 touchscreen and Samsung's well-known physical home button, while the other side sports a set of camera features like a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and 10x optical zoom. Mashing up all of those attributes results in a cameraphone that, while not necessarily the most high-end piece of kit, is one of the more interesting handsets we've seen recently.
There's no word yet on when AT&T plans to launch the Galaxy S4 zoom or how much it'll ask for it when it does, but the good news is that we've got a two-part video review of the international model that you can watch to pass the time until more details emerge. Check out part one right here and part two here.