Android 4.3 coming soon to Samsung Galaxy S4?

Screenshots show Android 4.3 running on a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone

Google hasn't officially released it yet, but the company's 4.3 version of the Android mobile operating system looks like it will soon coming to the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Jelly Bean 4.3: coming soon?
Jelly Bean 4.3: coming soon?

US blog SamMobile has published two leaked screenshots showing the new firmware, along with a photo captured by the phone allegedly running the software.

The screenshots and photo leaked appear to be taken from an early build of Android 4.3. The images were captured with a GT-I9505 Galaxy S4 model, the same version that's sold in Australia.

SamMobile says software build in the leaked screenshots was originally designed for the Google Play Edition version of the Galaxy S4, which has the model number GT-I9505G.

Google announced a version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 running stock Android at last month's I/O 2013 developer conference. The Galaxy S4 Google Edition went on sale the US this week for a price of US$649.

You can see the screenshots of Android 4.3 below.

Image credit: SamMobile.com
Image credit: SamMobile.com

Image credit: SamMobile.com
Image credit: SamMobile.com

Image credit: SamMobile.com
Image credit: SamMobile.com

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