While Nokia is busy remaking its oldies and goldies, designer Concept Creator went a bit closer with the reminiscing. He went to 2014 and wanted to remake the Samsung Galaxy S5. What resulted can be seen below. I love it when the designer also explains his work, as it happens
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Hass T. has created a brand new Samsung concept phone, a model that’s not the Galaxy S6, in case you’re wondering. Instead, it’s an upgrade for the S5, dubbed Galaxy Pro. The newcomer runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and looks like a slab of metal and glass. It uses brushed stainless
I have decided to do a bit of design battle, but not between already launched models, but rather handsets that haven’t debuted just yet. Case in point, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime is pitted against the HTC One M8 Prime, both the subject of leaks over the past days. As
Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime seems to be Samsung’s answer to the LG G3, since it features upgraded specs and a brand new design, that involves a metal case. The folks of My Gadgetic have rendered the device and I have to say it looks great. There’s also a video below.
Rixxan Z has sent us what looks like a plastic toy, but it’s in fact a Samsung Galaxy S5 with slight specs upgrades and design downgrades. It gets what seems to be a cheaper case and a variety of colors for it, including pink and mauve. The name of the
Rendered by Kai Hoffman, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime is a metal premium version of the Samsung Galaxy S5. This type of handset has been rumored for a while now and it may become real pretty soon. That would obviously make the buyers of S5 models angry, because they maybe
I see people disappointed with the Samsung Galaxy S5, simply by looking at the Facebook post I made on Monday when the phone was launched. Let’s face it, it’s a Galaxy S4 with a slightly larger screen, more squared and tiny little holes on the back. Luckily we’ve still got
Usually Samsung Galaxy S5 renders are created simply following gut, instinct and a preference for a certain design format. Well, this concept shown below has been created by Moveplayer simply following the leaked specs of the phone. If Samsung follows the same trend of changing design features from the past
Jinesh Shah has imagined the way the next Galaxy S will look like, the model that’s supposed to be unveiled in less than 2 weeks. The result was the concept Samsung Galaxy S5 below, but the emphasis here is put rather on the interface than the device. There’s a Nexus
With the supposed launch of the Galaxy S5 taking place next month, it’s time to check out yet another concept of the flagship smartphone of 2014. This one stands out through the fact it’s made of metal and glass and it has capacitive buttons. Sayed Mujtaba has created this phone,