The folks over at Gizmodo were able to get their hands on the next generation iPhone, reportedly lost from a man named Gray Powell, an Apple Software Engineer, while he was at the German beer garden in Redwood City, California.
Gizmodo examined the features of then “lost-and-found” next-generation iPhone and proved that it’s real, not a fake one. The iPhone 4 is said to be completely different from the 3G and 3GS versions. Take a look at the images below.
New features evident on this next generation iPhone include a front-facing camera, rear camera larger than iPhone 3GS with flash, the use of micro-SIM, higher display resolution, secondary mic for noise cancellation, split buttons for volume together with the power and mute buttons which are all metallic. There’s also a 3.5mm audio jack, and the front and back panels are made of glass. [via]