Verizon iPhone 4: First Photos Real or Fake?

By Alan Ng - Oct 20, 2010

We have some exciting news for you now, as one website is claiming to have obtained the very first photos of a Verizon CDMA iPhone 4 device. We can’t say if they’re real or not, but they look pretty legit to us.

Interestingly, the photos have once again surfaced from Vietnam. As Apple Insider reports, a blogger known as ‘Richy Rich’ managed to get his hands on the photos, although none of them appear to show the display screen UI up-close.

Instead we’re left to speculate over a series of side shots of the device, as well as a few images from a distance. The pictures are not very conclusive, so theres no way to be certain that they are genuine – yet.

It is important to note that one of the photos identifies the test unit as “N92DVT.” If you may recall a few months back, N92 was thought to be the internal codename of the CDMA iPhone, which was also backed up by Daring Fireball’s John Gruber.

It does look promising though – take a look at the pictures over at Apple Insider, then let us know your thoughts on them. Are they real? We’ve added a poll below for your opinion on this.

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