Samsung Galaxy S4 Returns With More Detailed Pictures! (BF’s Awesome Concepts)

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There have recently been a lot of rumours about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 from Samsung and in November Bob Freking posted a very interesting concept of his idea about the device. At that time we posted a screenshot and a video, however now we have three detailed pictures of Bob’s vision for the Sasung Galaxy S4 flagship device of 2013 as Freking has published more stunning pictures!

Samsung Galaxy S4 Bob Freking concept

The concept for the Samsung Galaxy S4 came about from reader’s opinions and suggestions for the device, which followed on from an article. The Galaxy S4 is said to have a 13 megapixel camera which can capture video in full HD and there is said to be another camera on the front with 3 megapixels. This would also be able to take video at 1080p. According to Freking the Samsung Galaxy S4 would be 8mm in thickness and it would have a case that was made of polycarbonate. The S4 would come with a Super AMOLED HD+ screen of 5 inches and the resolution would be 1920 x 1080p.

The operating system would be Jelly Bean Android 4.2 and the device would have the latest TouchWiz Nature UX too, this would come with updates to Google Now and S Voice. The device would also offer 2GB of RAM, a battery of 3500mAh and it would be powered by the 2.5GHz Exynos quad-core processor. However whether this will be ready for when the Samsung Galaxy S4 is released is unsure.

Design wise the Samsung Galaxy S4 would have a feel that is more resilient than the S3 of today, which is made of plastic. So what you do think, would you rush out to be among the first to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4 if it looked like the concept below?

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept

Samsung Galaxy S4 concept

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