Artists Uses Patent Filing to Create Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 Concepts


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Samsung patents that have long been the source of speculation and wonder for techies seem to be all but confirmed to be either the Samsung Galaxy S5 or the next Note device (or both).

We will likely have to wait until February’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) to get a glimpse at Samsung’s Galaxy S5, the Note Pro was leaked due to a Consumer Electronic Show (CES) ad. While we wait for Samsung to spill the beans however, two artists have used the information in the patents to showcase what the Galaxy S5 and Note 4 may look like.

Ivo Maric designed a concept for the Samsung Galaxy S5 that, if we didn’t know better, looks like it could have come straight from Samsung’s offices in Korea. His render has the Galaxy S5 sporting a curved display as it is highly suspected to have based on information found in the patents.

Meanwhile, Jermain Smit used the same information from the patents to design what he believes a possible Samsung Note 4 will look like. The same curved screen design is on display, and the backs of the rendered devices are shown in three colors: black, white and blue.

Just because the Note Pro was recently outed, that does not mean the Note 4 isn’t still on its way. The Tab Pro, which was displayed on the same ad, appears to be running a Windows OS. It seems likely that the “Pro” tag on the devices indicates its Windows OS use, and the possible business applications that can be run on it (like Microsoft Office).

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Samsung will almost certainly reveal more about the Tab and Note Pro at its CES press conference tomorrow. It is far less likely that the Note 4 and Galaxy S5 will be talked about, with Samsung likely holding off on some announcements until the MWC next month.

Neither concept artist seems to have their own website that can be linked to.

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