A video was released this month that features a mock up version of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The device is expected to debut at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and a company known as Rozetked has taken upon itself to create a mock up version of the handset with some interesting features.
Like the mock-up version of the iPhone 5 that was released in 2011, this Galaxy S4 features a projection laser keyboard that allows the owner to type on a normal sized layout. This laser keyboard appears to beam out of the bottom of the device's docking station.
The company used some of the leaked parts for the Galaxy S4 to create its mock up. It also introduces the smartphone with a 1080p Grand AMOLED display and a 13-megapixel camera.
It comes running Android 5.0, Key Lime Pie and has a 2.0 GHz 4 quad-core processor.
These specifications should not waiver too far from what will actually end up on the Galaxy S4 when it is released.
The rumored processor for the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Exynos 5 5440, is already being tested, according to new evidence.
This new quad-core chip was discovered in Samsung test logs and is expected to be unveiled at this year's Mobile World Congress. The chip is also going to be used to create the next-generation Samsung flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4.
A Korean source reported last month that this will be the processor featured in the new smartphone when it launches next year. This chipset will be faster than the one found in the Nexus 10 and will be made on a 28nm process.
The Galaxy S4 will be released sometime in 2013 and could debut as early as next month.