Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 flagship smartphone arrived on shelves only a month ago, but it is already selling great, with over 10 million units shipped to date, and enthusiasts are starting to dream of what the next Galaxy S handset from the company might have to offer.
Undoubtedly, Samsung is already working on the upcoming device, supposedly set to hit shelves as Galaxy S 5, and a concept phone that shows what some people would like to see inside it is now available.
Dubbed Galaxy S V, the concept device points at a waterproof and dustproof design, which would put the upcoming handset in line with Sony’s Xperia Z, LG’s Optimus GJ and other similar smartphones.
The concept device features a 5.2-inch touchscreen display of unknown resolution, while also packing beefed up internal hardware when compared to the current flagship from Samsung.
Thus, it comes with a 2GHz eight-core processor packed inside, as well as with 4GB of RAM, which should deliver increased performance capabilities to users.
Furthermore, the device packs 32GB / 64GB / 128GB of internal memory, and should also feature a microSD memory card slot with support for additional storage space.
On the back, the concept phone features a 16-megapixel photo snapper, capable of offering a high-end photo shooting and video recording experience. On the front, the device sports a 5MP camera for video calling while on the go.
Other features of the concept handset include a 3200mAh battery inside, along with a new flavor of Google’s Android OS loaded on top, namely 5.0 Key Lime Pie, and a metallic body.
Overall, the concept device appears to be quite close to reality, and chances are that Samsung would indeed release the next flagship Galaxy S smartphone with similar features. For the time being, however, Galaxy S V is nothing more than a concept device, and you should take it as it is.