Samsung Galaxy S IV by Rahul Sharma: Part 2 – Specifications

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Designer Rahul Sharma from India created a very interesting Samsung Galaxy S IV concept posted on our site. We first detailed the beautiful design of the device and now we’re back with the specifications and hardware details. This is a mockup of the Galaxy S4 for 2013, that has some reasonably realistic specifications.

Rahul’s Samsung Galaxy S IV features a polycarbonate body with a 7 mm thick waistline and it weighs 117 grams. It also has pentaband connectivity, LTE, WiMax connectivity and touch sensitive controls with scrolling sensors on the side for menu navigation. Android 4.2 Key Lime Pie is the OS of choice here, powered by a 2 GHz Exynos 5 quad core processor and 2.5 GB of DDR3 RAM. At the back we find a 13.1 megapixel camera with autofocus, 4x physical zoom lenses and 3 point LED flash. There’s also a dual 2 megapixel camera for 3D video calls and gesture tracking, placed at the front of the handset.

On the connectivity side, this concept offers WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, wireless charging and heat charging via the PowerFelt technology. The screen uses electro sensitive touch technology, great for peek and preview functions and gaming graphics. Finally, we get a 3600 mAh Li-Ion battery with enhanced 1000 charge cycles for extra resilience. Speech to text, audio browsing, stereo FM radio, accelerometer, barometer and gyroscope are all on board as well. As far as Samsung proprietary functions are concerned, we’ve got S Vision (augmented reality, S Voice 2 (new voice assistant), S Play (new gaming service) and S Surround (Samsung sound immersion technology).

This one is a fantastic and futuristic design from Rahul Sharma and I’m looking forward to see other designs of the Samsung Galaxy S IV like this one. Congrats Rahul!

[Thanks Rahul Sharma]