Samsung Galaxy S4 Render by Andrei Salaru for

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The folks of had a very interesting Samsung Galaxy S4 render done by Andrei Salaru, a designer working with them. They seem to have based this design on the Google Nexus 4, as shown by the pattern at the back of the device, making me think more of a possible Galaxy Nexus 2 than an S4.


Anyway, I’m loving this design, especially the whole curved edge to edge shape and everything. This Samsung Galaxy S4 has an edge to edge front display that covers the entire phone, except for the speaker and receiver. The S4 stays the same size as its predecessor, although it has a bigger display: a 5 inch Full HD screen. The back plate is all glass with tiny rectangles engraved like the Nexus 4. Wireless recharging is supported and this phone measures a crazy 6.6 mm in thickness.


Under the hood we’ve got a 1.5 GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor (8 core), 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, a microSD card slot, a 2800 mAh battery and a 13 megapixel camera with 1080p video recording. The OS of choice here is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean without TouchWiz for some reason, once again leading me to the Nexus theory. Usually people who comment on Concept Phones find all sorts of flaws and defects when we post a design. Let’s see if they can find anything here… To me it looks perfect!

After the brilliant design from yesterday, the Phown concept, today we get yet another handset done by a Romanian designer. Romanians are on fire!


  • Aeires

    Looks like the glass is also rounded on the front screen, love that feature on my N4.

    If this is true, looks like the “thinnest phone” record will be broken again. Personally, I’ll take the slight extra heft and a bigger battery.

    Beautiful design overall, wouldn’t mind checking this out if it was ever built.

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  • Sam Sung

    So ugly!!! The bezel above and below the actual screen would add 2 & 1/2 inches to its never all dimensions.

    Consumers want bigger screen but not bigger phones. It has to have a much smaller bezel than the S3. How do you go from a relatively small 4.8″ Galaxy S3 to a gargantuan 4.99″ Galaxy S4??

    And. No one likes curves. Its FEMININE. make it sleek like the Expedia series…

  • trevonte

    Stop with the glass backs!! Didn’t people learn from Apples mistakes? Besides, having a battery that you can change out yourself is the better way to go. I carry a spare battery in my wallet and love the fact that I can change it out when I’m not near a power source all day.