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Samsung Galaxy S4 & Note 3 Visualized [PICS]

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It is almost certain that the next flagship devices to come from Samsung will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 in 2013. This would help Samsung to expand their line-up of Galaxy devices, which have been very popular.

Samsung Galaxy S4 & Samsung Galaxy Note 3 concept pictures revealed

Rumour has it that they will launch their next generation devices following the launch of Android 5.0, which is thought to be Key Lime Pie. And some even think that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will come out with Key Lime Pie preloaded.

In regards to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 there are rumours that the device will have the flexible display tech, the same thing has been said about the Samsung Galaxy S4.

At the moment this is only speculation of course, as no one but Samsung knows what is in store for the devices. The same thing can be said about what the devices may look like. However people have been guessing, by way of concept ideas and one of these was the concept Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 from Concept-Phones.

When it comes to the concept Samsung Galaxy S4 designed by Brazilian Victor Monteiro the device has a shape that is elongated and which comes with a 4.8 inch HyperAMOLED display of 1080p, covered with Gorilla Glass 3.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 would have a 12 megapixel rear camera, with an autofocus BSI that has no shutter lag and a flash. It would also have a camera of 4 megapixel on the front and the device is said to have 8 cores.

The concept Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been designed by Erica Yusim and it would have a large 5.8 inch FHD Super AMOLED display, the bigLITTLE processor with 8 cores, both of which have the 1.4GHz A7 Cortex quad core processor, along with an A15 quad core processor of 2GHz. Check them out below!

Samsung Galaxy Note evolution

Samsung Galaxy Note evolution

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept

 

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