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Concept Video Dreams Up Samsung Galaxy S IV

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Large screen and a laser keyboard dock depicted... which are more likely to be real?

Galaxy S4 Concept

As anticipation for Samsung's unannounced, widely-awaited Galaxy S4 mounts, a concept video of the inevitable smartphone takes a stab at what

The render depicts an ultra-thin phone with a large screen, as well as a laser keyboard dock. Speculation has suggested that the Galaxy S4 will sport a full HD super AMOLED 4.99-inch display.

The South Korean company is also reportedly making the Galaxy S4 its debut device to feature its flexible screen technology, which it will showcase during CES.

Other reports has suggested that it'll be the world's first eight-core smartphone, with production on its chip said to have commenced.

Samsung itself has teased a CES reveal for the device by telling consumers to "get ready" as "the world is waiting". That said, the smartphone, which is rumored to boast at least 2 GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel rear camera, may miss an unveiling during CES in favor of its event, with a release purportedly scheduled for April.

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    halcyon , December 28, 2012 4:02 PM
    That's cute and all but instead of trying to make the phone look anorexic give me increased battery life.
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    halcyon , December 28, 2012 4:02 PM
    That's cute and all but instead of trying to make the phone look anorexic give me increased battery life.
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    dauntekong , December 28, 2012 4:39 PM
    I'll go for the Galaxy Flex/Skin
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    kawininjazx , December 28, 2012 4:53 PM
    I need a phone so thin that when I turn it sideways it disappears and I think I lost it.
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    hannibal , December 28, 2012 7:04 PM
    kawininjazxI need a phone so thin that when I turn it sideways it disappears and I think I lost it.

    And you can not find it even by calling it from another phone, because the battery is allready empty ;-)
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    Anonymous , December 28, 2012 7:06 PM
    "most thinnest phone"
    grammar police
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    cashews , December 28, 2012 8:21 PM
    I own an S3 and I think the current design style of Samsung is quite ugly. I'd love for them to return to cool looking designs rather than what they are doing now. Case in point: S3 in pebble blue.
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    TheBigTroll , December 28, 2012 9:54 PM
    if they used a full aluminum design, apple just goes and sues them. like they have for everything
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    lp231 , December 29, 2012 12:22 AM
    I still prefer the Nokia Morph, if that ever becomes a reality...
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    Anonymous , December 29, 2012 1:56 AM
    I SAID, that was fucking stupid.
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    halcyon , December 29, 2012 3:53 AM
    ^ Surely your vocabulary is broad enough that you can adequately express yourself without that language.
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    jn77 , December 29, 2012 4:02 AM
    Since sandisk is to lazy to release the 128gb and 256gb.... well, lets just go to the top..... the 2TB exfat android 4.x compatible Micro SDXC cards, can I get 2 micro SDXC slots on the phone so I can put 2 x 64gb memory cards in it with 64gb of internal storage?

    128 and 256gb micro sdxc cards were press released in 2008...... we are going into 2013.... they are just going to milk the 64gb card market for the next 12 years?
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    Cash091 , December 29, 2012 4:02 AM
    Why does everyone of these prototypes have a holographic keyboard? It's NOT going to catch on people!!! The cost would have to be next to nothing in order for people to invest into that. How many of us use our phones in places where a smooth surface is readily available. I also agree that instead of having a super light and thin phone I would rather have a longer lasting battery. I stream a lot of music from my phone and find that by 5pm the battery is less than 15%! I have the LG Lucid which SUCKS on battery life.
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    alyoshka , December 29, 2012 9:00 AM
    Seems like a blatant copy of the Mozilla Seabird concept design more than 2 years old
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    halcyon , December 29, 2012 9:20 AM
    otacon72I tried the S3 felt like a hunk of plastic in my hand. 4.99" screen and a quad-core processor? Good luck with battery life.

    Otacon, man, I agree with you on that. If you've been 'round these parts for a while you may know that I used to rant and rant about Samsung's use of plastic instead of some other higher-quality more durable material. Alas, the S3 and Note II are not perfect. I tried hard to stop being an Apple-has-me-spoiled snot (and I was, I admit it) and with daily effort I think I'm winning that battle.

    The S3 and Note II's plastic could be something better but they're not that bad and I now love my Sammy toys. I, like some, keep my phones in a case all the time so the plastic is never exposed to the cruelness of life.
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    doive1231 , January 1, 2013 6:44 AM
    These thinner larger smartphones are unuseable without a sturdy case as they are far too fragile. Therefore, the design is not so important. Specs, OS and as mentioned, battery life are more important.
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    son1tus , January 2, 2013 5:31 PM
    lol "most thinnest"