Samsung Galaxy Aurora Smartphone Concept is a 6 Inch Phablet Actually

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Created by Deviantart member TheTechnoToast, the Samsung Galaxy Aurora smartphone concept is more likely a futuristic phablet, something like Galaxy Note IV, if you want. It’s supposed to feature a new type of battery, much stronger than Li-Ion and this one is called L-Lion, with a power of 820k mAh, that’s just crazy.

The battery has the same size of Li-Ion, but it can get very hot, so it’s surrounded by 11 extremely powerful nano fans, cooling the CPU inside and the battery. The GPU here is a PowerVR Series 5XT SGXMX20 with 12 cores and the Samsung Aurora seems to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, although I expected something more futuristic. I expect technology from the future 10 or maybe 20 years to be inside this device, so a 16 core processor wouldn’t surprise me at all.

Also 128GB of storage, 5G connectivity and a 21MP camera are all specifications that come to my mind and I associated them to this model. I hope the designer likes my ideas regarding his creation, but anyway frankly speaking I prefer this design to the real Galaxy Note II, that’s so predictable. Do you like this one more?

[via Deviantart]

  • Maryland, USA

    For those who prefer a real 6-inch Android smartphone, available now, check out these:
    i9800 (Dapeng)
    i9877 (Dapeng)
    N9776 (Star)
    N9880 (Star, Upai, Viewsonic)
    Note5 F5 (Carpad)
    Note5 F6 (Carpad)
    Galaxy Tad P100+ (HDC)

  • Harold

    How can I get this phone,,I have tmobile

  • Maryland, USA

    eBay, AliExpress, FastCardTech. Or Google the phone names. BUT–None of these have the 1700 MHz band that T-Mobile is still using for its fast HSPA/HSPA+ For this reason, I bought a used Galaxy Note I in the T879 model–the pentaband version that was sold by TMobile for only 4 months.

    If you have $500 or $600, I recommend the new Huwai Ascend Mate (6.1 inches, 2GB RAM, 1280 x 720). It is a pentaband, so it will support all T-Mobile frequencies.