Just when you thought it was safe to let down your 'S4 spinoff' guard for a day or two, the rumoured Galaxy S4 Zoom device may have made an appearance in the United States.
A Samsung device with the model number SM-C101 has whizzed through the Federal Communications Commission in the US, which may be the new smartphone-cum-camera though to be on the way.
The Galaxy Camera offered Wi-Fi and 3G, along with a touchscreen and apps from the Google Play store, while this upgrade would potentially make it a true hybrid device.
Milking that Galaxy cow
The FCC listing brings word of quad-band GSM network compatibility, along with HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC connectivity.
Last month we reported on claims the device will rock Android Jelly Bean, come with a 4.3-inch screen, dual or quad-core processors and arrive in black and white in the months of June or July.
That same model ID appeared on the Bluetooth SIG's website a couple of weeks ago, which is another big sign that a gadget is primed for launch.
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