iPhone 5S specs revealed in alleged marketing document

The reported specs highlight an A7 processor, a rear camera with 1080p video at 120 frames per second, and a claim of 250 hours of battery life on standby.

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Apple's iPhone 5S, widely expected to be unveiled today , will offer a faster processor and a snappier video camera, at least according to alleged promotional material leaked online.

Served up by Chinese site ctechcn.com, the specs point to a few new features, including an A7 processor, a rear camera able to capture 1080p video at 120 frames per second, and a battery capable of lasting 250 hours in standby mode on a single charge. The site also displays the new iPhone in a lineup with its last three predecessors.

But otherwise, the material doesn't indicate much else new or different about the 5S compared with the iPhone 5. But the leaked document, assuming it's legit, may not tell the whole story. Reports have surfaced that the new iPhone 5S will also incorporate a fingerprint scanner .

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