Project Zero: Samsung Galaxy S6 to have “Edge” variant?
We’ve heard that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be built from scratch, literally. What that means is that Samsung isn’t looking at any of it’s previous phones or the Galaxy S5 and it’s predecessors while making the 2015 flagship.
The latest rumors we are hearing this morning says that the upcoming Galaxy S6 will have a ‘normal’ version and between the loops, another version with a display that curves to the side will be released — just like this year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and it’s Note Edge variant.
For specs, we’ve already got wind of how Samsung will still try to keep up to it’s specs game. This will mean that the Galaxy S6 will sport high range of specifications in order to try and beat off competition from weaker contemporaries.
The phone is said to be having a 2k (1440 x 2560 pixels) screen though the physical size of the display is yet to be unknown. A 5MP front-facing camera and 16MP or 20MP main camera is in tow but either way, the camera will have optical image stabilization.
Per Samsung tradition, it’s next flagship is expected to arrive during the first quarter if 2015. We saw the Samsung Galaxy S5 break cover in February this year but some reports have it that the S6 might be announced a little bit later than that following the amount of work the total overhaul will require.
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