Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vision has style


The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone may be several months away from a release but we’re already seeing leaks and rumors about the device. We’ve also seen a few concept designs of the phone, and today we have another for you from one of our favourite concept designers Jermaine Smit.

We’ve previously shown an earlier Note 4 creation by Smit and yesterday we showed a much more recent Note 4 imagining. Today’s new one is sleek, stylish, and comes with some tasty specs and features. The YouTube video that you can view below this story from Android JS shows a very slim Galaxy Note 4 in some nice color options.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vision has style b

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vision has style c

Smit’s included specs show a 20-megapixel ISOCELL rear-facing camera, dual-LED true tone flash and a heart rate monitor, and JBL 2.9 watt speaker. The rear of the phone also has a sliding back cover to allow access to the battery, microSD and SIM. At the front there’s an iris scanner, fingerprint scanner and home button, a 5-megapixel camera and a 5.75-inch QHD display.

It’s 152.3mm tall and 81.3mm wide, weighs in at 183g and has an all-metal body. We’re pretty impressed with this latest Galaxy Note 4 creation and want to know what you think. Would you like to see the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 look something like this?

Source: Jermaine Smit for TheGalaxyNote4.com


7 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vision has style”

  1. Jimmy Drew says:

    You bet love my Note 3 but if these specs are accurate I will own this phone the first day it is available even if I have to pay full price. Could care less about the finish because I always use the Otter Box case.. but the specs are amazing. The size is fine but please do not go any larger. This is a perfect size.

  2. npsacobra says:

    I can’t see Samsung releasing any phone that is not compatible with their S View flip cases, as they are so profitable. This concept does not take the fit of those cases into account. The back panel must be flush with the bezel for those cases to work. The front looks reasonable. Like all concepts prior to a flagship release, I would be willing to bet this one is miles away from the real design, and I don’t know why people even bother. They never take into account previous models, and stray too far from Samsung’s basic elements. Concept designers always assume a company is going to take a huge risk with their flagship, when history shows they prefer a more conservative approach.

    1. Jermaine Smit says:

      I don’t asume they are. I always creat concepts because of how I would like to see them. And how I THINK other would like to see them. This is why people make different design, if you stay with the design line of Samsung you would have a very boring idea of a concept because you just made a phone that in basic is already there.

  3. ConcernedCustomer says:

    Trust me man, you don’t want QHD display. QHD IS VERY BAD!

    1. Hurts battery life, puts strain on device (higher temperatures)

    2. Makes device more expensive

    3. Almost NO content, all videos upscaled and look horrendous.

    1080p is perfect, and you couldn’t tell the difference anyway. Literally, you cannot discern the pixels.


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