It's one of the iPhone's most-wanted features: an internal memory of more than 32GB. And if this iPhone 4 prototype tells us something, it could be that Apple is giving the next iteration of the wonder handset a capacity bump. See the prototype in action now.
As you can see, it clearly has at least double the capacity of any iPhone out there. What does this tell us? Well, Apple might have originally intended to make a 64GB version of the iPhone 4 but eventually decided to go against it. The reasons? It could be the additional costs of getting more on-board memory. Or it could be a way of differentiating it from the iPad. You know, to avoid cannibalizing the sales of the tablet. However, given the iPad's huge success and its "alpha male" status in the tablet arena, maybe Apple is thinking that a 64GB iPhone isn't that risky of a move anymore.
The iPhone 4 in the video, which looks similar to the prototype Gizmodo scored last year, reportedly came from someone in Hong Kong. Apparently, it's for sale in gray markets there, going for $1,734 (about P75,400) a pop. Are you willing to shell out that much for 32GB of extra memory? Um...
More photos of the prototype can be found in the gallery below.