Samsung Galaxy S IV Unofficially Rendered, Invites The World To Take A Sneak Peek Into The Future

 

As the world patiently awaits for the “Next Big Thing” from Samsung, some ambitious folks took some time to give us an idea of what to possibly expect from Samsung’s next superphone. A recent hands-on video has surfaced which is more or less giving us a teaser of what the Galaxy S IV should bring including a thin profile complimented with an incredible 2GHz quad-core processor, full 1080p AMOLED display, 13MP camera and Android 5.0— aka Key Lime Pie. The real kicker isn’t just what’s inside of the device, it’s the potential accessories that may accompany the device. The hands-on video highlights what looks to be a revolutionary keyboard dock: a “projection laser keyboard dock” that beams a keyboard layout to whatever surface it’s sitting on and can be typed on— as if it was a real keyboard in front of you.

Naturally viewers of the video should take extreme caution: the hands-on video is by no means real or what the Galaxy S IV will look like. All it is really is a sort of wish-list of items that would make it more awesome than other phones out there.

I know you’re all itching to see what all this potential hubbub is about, so be sure to hit past the break to check out the video.

 

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  • http://twitter.com/TheFreeJuan Juan Bracich

    If the specs are true, it sounds nice. But I think my next Android mobile will be a Nexus-brand phone. I want to be sure I’ll be able to get Key Lime and its next upgrade.

    • RTWright

      I wouldn’t own a Nexus brand for no reason, not till they give us the ability to add memory and change the battery out if it goes bad. I’m not going to use the iDroid by Google. ;p

      What gets me is why do they bother posting this crap when they know full well it’s faked? None of this is true and none of this should even be remotely brought up till Samsung puts it up officially because all this does is start a new string of false prophets.

      • yay

        well, Galaxy Nexus has the battery issue covered. Nexus One (i think) covers both :))

  • Cropoled Hater

    If it is still using the same old Crapoled, then I will still continue to avoid it.