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[PICS] Samsung Galaxy S4 Looks Out Of This World In Latest Concept

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There have been many rumours floating around the internet about the Samsung Galaxy S4. In November Bob Freking posted his very interesting concept idea about what the device could look like. At that time he posted a screenshot, along with a video, and now he he is back with his second iteration. Freking has posted three very detailed pictures of what he thinks the Samsung Galaxy S4 could look like and they are stunning to say the least!

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept pictures

His concept device was based on the suggestions and opinions of readers. The Samsung Galaxy S4 would have a camera of 13 megapixels and it would be able to record video in 1080p, full HD. There is also said to be a camera of 3 megapixel on the front of the device. This too would be able to capture video at 1080p. Freking said that the handset would be just 8mm thick and the case would have been designed in polycarbonate. The Samsung Galaxy S4 would have a 5 inch Super AMOLED display with the resolution of 1920 x 1080p.

The OS would have Jelly Bean 4.2 and it would, or course, have the latest TouchWiz OS from Samsung, which would offer updates to Google Now and S Voice. The handset would also have a battery of 3500mAh and 2GB of RAM. It would be run on the Exynos 2.5GHz processor. Of course no one knows whether this would be ready for the Samsung Galaxy S4, by the time it is released.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 concept would have a look and feel that is more resilient than the Samsung Galaxy S3, which was designed in plastic. If the real Samsung Galaxy S4 turns out to be anything like the concept, it will be just as popular next year as the handset from Samsung was this year.

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept pictures

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept pictures

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