We’re only 4 hours away from the big Samsung Galaxy S IV announcement and till then we have time for one last concept, created by Sanjaya Kanishka. Of course it’s Galaxy S IV render, what else? The device is based on the first model made by this designer and adds some new technologies in the mix.
The new concept focuses on new hardware specs and small design modifications, especially the rounded edges. We also get a physical Home button, although previously we didn’t have one. On the top there’s a 2.1 megapixel camera, ambient light sensor and a proximity sensor, plus another sensor to help with the new eye scrolling technology. The edges are curved, but not as rounded as on the Samsung Galaxy S III. This Samsung Galaxy S IV mockup packs a 4.99 inch Green PHOLED 1080p edge to edge display and PHOLED is a brand new type of AMOLED with lower power consumption compared to other OLED screens.
At the back there’s a 13 megapixel camera and at the bottom there are two speaker grills on the left and right corners. Rumor has it that we’re going to see something called Samsung Orb tonight, a 360 degree panorama feature. As far as texture goes, the design of the cover of the handset is expected to be dotted. Specs include the Exynos 5410 Octa chipset, 2 GB of RAM, liquid repellent nano coating, 32/64 GB of internal memory and wireless charging.
There’s also S Pen support, a 2600 mAh Li-Ion battery, Android 4.2.1 as the OS and SRS WOW HD dual speakers. I am pretty sure that 99% of all these specs will make it to tonight’s launch. How about you?
[via Sanjaya Kanishka]