We have seen various concept renders from Apple fans wondering what the future of the iDevices would look like. It’s now time for the Samsung fans to take the stage to show off their own hopes of what they would want the Galaxy S III to be designed like. The latest concept image comes courtesy of NAKStudio and to put it mildly, they have designed the handset to perfection.

Stylish all over

Stylish all over

Samsung has used plastic for the outer shell with the Galaxy S II and the brand is expected to use the same material with the Galaxy S III. But the designer here has added a huge touch of class by finishing the outer shell in metal. Apart from being doused in luxury, this concept handset has stayed true to the other design features that are expected to feature in the Galaxy S III with a hump at the lower part of the body and the elevated camera. Both of these features were found on the Galaxy S II. Going a little bit into the design of the body, the render of the Galaxy S III features a curved design at the sides as well as some slanted angles which give it a rich look. Sophistication is the name of the game when it comes to these renders.

While this design may not actually feature on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III, rumours are floating around as to what actually may be in it. The handset is expected to be running Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. This makes a lot of sense as Samsung is already pushing out the OS to a number of their handsets. The upcoming smartphone is also expected to feature a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5 or 1.6GHz and is expected to run extremely fast. A 12 megapixel camera is expected to feature on Samsung’s next flagship.

The handset will not be unveiled at this year’s Mobile World Conference event as Samsung wants the announcement date close to the release date. While we may have to wait a bit longer to see what the Galaxy S III will actually look like, we do have this concept design to ogle at for the time being. Don't you wish that this was in Samsung’s design plans than just being a concept.

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