New Generation iPhone Features Quad Core CPU, New Retina Display: 1400 x 960 Pixels in Resolution

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Bob Freking is becoming some sort of a household name here at Concept Phones, since he just sent us a couple more handset designs. One of them is the iPhone 5 seen below, which the designer claims that Apple won’t name this way. This phone comes with an incredible new Retina Display, with a 4 inch diagonal and a 1400 x 960 pixel resolution with an incredible resulting 424 ppi.

We’ll get futuristic iPhone with 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of storage, 1GB of RAM and iOS 6.0. There’s also a 13 megapixel camera on board with dual LED Flash and support for 1080p video, but on an improved level when compared to the iPhone 4S. The iPhone 5 design also includes a 2 megapixel camera with HD 720p capture, as well as an impressive quad core Apple A6 chipset made by Intel and clocked at 1.66GHz.

Expect more innovative functions from iOS 6 and if I were to guess some I’d say facial recognition, new gesture recognition input, maybe even some widgets in the UI and an evolved notification area. As far as design goes, this iPhone 5 concept is so rounded and curved that it reminds me of the Galaxy Nexus a bit. What do you think?

[Thanks Bob]