Samsung’s Galaxy S4 smartphone is still relatively new but there is already talking talk about the next big Samsung Galaxy device that will debut sometime next year. With the last smartphone, there weren’t very many key changes, so now fans are hoping for a more exciting gadget with the upcoming Galaxy S5.
Galaxy S5 Visualizations:
One person created a visualization for the Samsung Galaxy S5. Thomas Woods for SidhTech explains, “Predicting the design is not easy; however one person has put their design down in a visualization . We are hoping that changes will be made to the design, as while the Samsung Galaxy S4 had changes to the inside, on the outside it was the same.”
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A concept design is really just an idea of what the phone should look like . Since we don’t know the specifications, there is no surefire way of knowing what the next device include. Judging by the picture shared on the website, the Galaxy S5 could have a larger display and a sleeker design. Like Apple, the Samsung Galaxy S needs some significant changes to be made if they want to stay relevant in the market. What the company will actually do remains to be seen.
In other Samsung news, the Galaxy S4 smartphone will be getting updates from Verizon and AT&T. Android Community reported that Verizon’s update isn’t available over air just yet but it might arrive later on this week. Verizon’s PC and MAC desktop installer has the update waiting and reading. Users on AT&T can get their updates over the air. This particular update is called Software Upgrade Assistant for Verizon users. Both Verizon and AT&T users will be about 350 MB. This update includes KNOX suite, and the ability to move applications to the SD card. This will be great for users who want to free up space on their mobile phone.