Rendered Samsung Galaxy S IV

A concept video has been in circulation showing a rendered video of rumored Samsung Galaxy S IV. After the success of Galaxy S III it is rumored that Samsung will introduce the new Galaxy S IV in Q1 of 2013.

The video showcases the ultra-thin design of the device and a projecting laser keyboard in action. In the video the device is placed on a Laser Keyboard dock that enabled Laser Keyboard functionality for the device. Everything in the video is not for real and it is created based on the specs and features revealed in recent rumors.

We are not taking the projecting laser keyboard thing seriously but the design showcased in the video is worth appreciating. According to the video the device features an ultra-slim design, 4.99″ Full HD AMOLED display (1920 x 1080 pixels), 13-megapixel camera, more powerful¬†2GHz quad-core Exynos Quad 4 processor and 2 or may be 3GB RAM. The phone showcased is much slimmer than Galaxy S III and iPhone 5.

Numerous rumors have surfaced about the “next big thing”, i.e., the Galaxy S IV. We will hear more rumors about the phone until Samsung makes the official announcement. We also heard that Samsung will introduce Galaxy S IV at the CES 2013, while some reports claim that we won’t be seeing the launch at the CES.

According to the video, Galaxy S IV will run Android 4.5 or 5.0 Key Lime Pie, but we are not sure of this because the version is not yet released by Google. But we might see the release of the Key Lime Pie version by that time, else the device will be running the current Jelly Bean version of the Android mobile OS.

The specs showcased in the videos are just what should be there in the generational upgrades of any smartphone. 2012 is the year when Samsung saw their graph going up, when it became the top cell phone maker of the world surpassing Nokia’s 14 years lead. We are sure of one thing, whenever the device will launch, whatever the specs will be, it will surely be a “next big thing”.

Watch the rendered video of Samsung Galaxy S IV below, and share your opinions with us in comments.

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