Gizmodo claims to have gotten its hands on 'Apple's next iPhone'--and has posted extensive pictures and video to prove it.
According to Gizmodo, which disassembled and inspected the purported iPhone 4G, new features of the upcoming iPhone include: a front-facing video camera, flash for the camera, a better display, an improved camera lens, an aluminum side casing (instead of plastic), an additional 3 grams of heft, and a 16 percent bigger battery.
This (alleged) iPhone 4G was lost at a bar in Redwood City, California, and had been disguised to resemble an iPhone 3GS. Gizmodo says of the found phone, 'We're as skeptical--if not more--than all of you. We get false tips all the time. But after playing with it for about a week--the overall quality feels exactly like a finished final Apple phone--and disassembling this unit, there is so much evidence stacked in its favor, that there's very little possibility that it's a fake. In fact, the possibility is almost none.'
Is this leaked iPhone 4G the real thing? Check out the photo and video below and tell us what you think.
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