New Galaxy Note 4 Concept Beauty in Bamboo and Ceramic Versions

A great way to show off your passion for technology and those artistic skills is through concept designs. Some of them turn out amazing, and others, not so amazing. However, no matter how amazing the design is they may never come to life. Such is the case with the newest concept device that shows what the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could (but more than likely won't) look like. The newest concept looks to sharpen the edges of the Note 4 while adding natural colors to technology. In a short video (seen below) you can see the Note 4 in different colors and materials. Some of which are made out of bamboo, while others are made out of ceramic.

While these concepts are very nice, it is highly unlikely that Samsung will be producing this device, though a Galaxy Note 4 is definitely on its way. The latest rumors surrounding the device suggest a full metal build similar to that of the HTC One M8, though given recent leaked images of Samsung's Galaxy Alpha, which they appear to have foregone a completely metal body for one that is partially metal and what could be partially plastic covered with faux leather, it seem unlikely. That would rule out any bamboo or even wooden options for the time being. Still, concepts are great to look at, and always fun to create.

Many of the concepts seen are devices that are rumored or haven't been seen yet, though there is the occasional revamp of an already announced device. In both cases, the artist can create from scratch or take away from older devices of the same line-up. This one is clearly from scratch, and well thought out design wise. Samsung is in need of a device built with premium materials, these four concepts definitely fit that build, complete with the Samsung heart rate monitor and UV sensor. Be sure to check out the video below and tell us what your thoughts are on the concepts. Also, if you were to design a concept of the same device, what materials, colors, and features would you be sure to add to the device? Be sure to let us know down below or on our G+ page, and don't be afraid to let the imagination run wild, this is only a concept after all.


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