After seeing myriads of Galaxy S IV concepts in past couple of months - which is only a reflection of culturological importance of this device (because it's on a way to replace the iconic nature of iPhone), we decided to give up serious work on concept and turn to more humorous approach.
The linear "progression" of technology in terms of bumping up specs and distancing phones from humanly measures makes the design process very unnatural and ultimately boring. Thus we have made a turnaround, and replaced designation IV to VI, in hope that humane design will once again be a part of mobile phone industry.
It includes technologies we have yet to implement, but it's our only way of giving justice to the so-much-used word "innovation" without just being a marketing term. In our opinion, only in next couple of years we could have some real progress in this matter. But new models have to be launched in ever shorter time intervals, and justify their "innovation" by masking the real problems.
So we made this version, the Galaxy S VI, which would take the existing concept of smartphone to a new levels. Among other things, it includes return to smaller screen size (4.5"), larger frame/edge around screen (because it's more ergonomical despite almost everyone thinks there should be edge-to-edge screens just to integrate larger diagonal in smaller body), more advanced wide-gamut OLED tech, and finally, the non-rectangular surface of the screen, which nevertheless places traditional "rectangle" of 1920x1200 resolution in it, and the rest uses for additional functionality.
The device would be extremely thin but with smooth surfaces, and made of plastic (yes, because it's not so bad after all) with new generation of protective nano-coating called Hyperskin. Oh, and one more thing - there are no more 3.5 mm audio jack and charging/data terminals - everything would go wireless, even the charging and listening to music.