Samsung is all set to launch its new smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, this year. According to reports, the device could be out as early as mid-March. However, recent rumours have indicated that Samsung could also launch a smartwatch and a Samsung S IV mini along with the device.
The smartwatch, in particular has garnered a lot of interest, given that the New York Times also reported that Apple was working a similar device.
Now according to this report on SlashGear, screenshots of what the Samsung watch's OS looks like have been leaked online on a Korean message board.
The report states that the screen-grabs include the name GALAXY Altius, the rumoured name for the Samsung Galaxy S IV . The report highlights that the device has SKT and SKTelecom on several shots, indicating that it will be carried with a data plan on that particular South Korean mobile service.
However a post on Sammobile argues that the bunch of screenshots are clearly fake. For starters, the codename Altius is there in the device, which is most likely for the Galaxy S IV. Also why did Samsung use the codename on the device itself? Sammobile also points out that the UI doesn’t meet Samsung’s UX guidelines.
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