Samsung Galaxy S4 Concept appears on Video

We all know the Samsung Galaxy S4 will land next year, and take the Android world by storm, much like each of its predecessors. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is still selling like nobody’s business, despite there being newer, similar or better specced handsets out there.

Samsung has been typically tight-lipped about the Galaxy S4, and what kind of new tech it intends to showcase through it. Barring a couple of odd rumors here and there, which again are unsubstantiated, information on Samsung’s next magnum opus continues to be elusive.

But that certainly doesn’t stop creative, innovative people like Rozetked to come up with their own vision of what the next king is going to look like and the kind of goodies it will carry in its sack when it lands. Rozetked has created a slick concept render video of what the Galaxy S4 is likely to look like, along with a nifty, futuristic features that will blow you away.

The brief video clip shows off a device which is ultra-slim, with an edge-to-edge 1080p Grand AMOLED display (were you expecting anything lesser?), a 13 Megapixel camera, 2 GHz Quad-Core CPU, and the next version of Android – Key Lime Pie on board. And last, but not the least, a cool dock that projects a laser keyboard which looks like it is straight from a sci-fi flick.

While most of the hardware specs do look pretty plausible, especially with Samsung at the helm, the laser projection keyboard might be a bit too far-fetched for reality. Also, Key Lime Pie on board would also not quite be the case, considering the next version of the Android OS would always debut with a brand new Nexus device to complement it. Unless of course, Samsung is back in the Nexus scheme of things. It has managed to attach the Galaxy brand to one Nexus which was a success, and may well be able to do it with the next one as well.

Check out the cool perceived depiction of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in this cool concept video, and let us know what you think.

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Via Droid-Life