We have always liked the designs created by Rahul Sharma, so here’s one more, this time a Samsung Galaxy S5 concept. The device is everything a modern handset should be, including flexible and packing a future release of Android.
The phone comes with a flexible display that wraps around its edges, relying on Flexible OLED Youm technology. The diagonal is 5.3 inches in side and the display setup is edge to edge. There’s also oleophobic coating applied to the screen. There are no physical buttons on the side, since there’s basically no side this time.
The construction is based on the aluminum unibody concept, with both waterproof and shockproof capabilities. At the back of the Samsung Galaxy S5 we’ve got a 16 megapixel camera with dual LED and Xenon flash, plus sensor enhancement by Samsung. Inside there’s a 2 GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor and the OS of the device is Android 4.4 KitKat.
Samsung’s own S Vision sensor is included, with excellent quality in low light situations. The handset’s storage is up to 128 GB and we’ve got 3 GB of RAM inside. A 3200 mAh battery powers the whole thing and there are quad surround speakers on the handset. Nice form factor, I have to say!