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Blending iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3

What happens when you take the best from confirmed specs of Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and mix them with expectations of Apple’s iPhone 5? The concept video below this article has been created with this thought in-mind, which looks at a world where Samsung and Apple actually work together on a joint handset. This is never going to happen, but it does make an interesting concept design.

The video has only been uploaded to YouTube 3 days ago, but has already seen almost 300,000 views and this is increasing fast, which is in part due to what this phone could provide by taking the best from two of the most popular smartphones in 2012. Considering the amount of ideas borrowed from each other in the phone industry, this concept could one day become a reality, or at least in China anyway.

You can clearly see that the 3D rendering has “designed by Apple” on the back, but would also see a partnership with Samsung in an idealistic world. We like the Apple logo with an “S” in the middle, which is a nice touch to symbolize the partnership for this concept design. The phone has been named iSung, although we’d love to know your thoughts on this concept after watching the video below?

Apple recently confirmed they like to watch competitors and learn from them, which is why they’re late with new technology sometimes and develop it in a way that benefits from the market research of other brands. It is expected that Apple will not include NFC in the iPhone 5, so they can learn from those that use this technology way before them. Apple’s success is undeniable and comes from the way the company innovates by packaging their products in a unique way that meets user needs, which had been seen with the launch of the first iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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