Yet another leak purporting to show the Galaxy S4 has popped up, this time in a video featuring hands-on time with Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone.
It's unclear how legitimate this video is, although the smartphone does follow the Samsung aesthetic and appears to work and run Android.
CNET contacted Samsung to get comment about the legitimacy of the video, and we'll update the story when the company responds.
With the Galaxy S3 a proven blockbuster, Samsung is enjoying sky-high anticipation for the Galaxy S4, which is rivaling a new iPhone in terms of buzz and hype. The company is scheduled to formally unveil the device at its "Unpacked" event on Thursday at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Amusingly, there's a promo video for Apple's iPad Mini playing in the background of the video, likely a reference to the contentious relationship between Apple and Samsung, which both work together on component supplies and are bitter opponents in the courtroom.
Check back in on Thursday at 4 p.m. PT for all the details of Samsung's next Galaxy S phone. You can catch our live blog here.