Now, according to a report from SamMobile, the Galaxy S6 will have an Edge variant with curved display, which will have the same kind of curved display as the one we saw with the launch of the Galaxy Note Edge. In addition to that, Samsung is also going to launch the Galaxy S6 with a flat glass screen.
SamMobile further reports that Samsung's forthcoming high-profile handset won't just be an upgrade in specs just like the Galaxy S5. Apparently, it will be redesigned "from scratch" as the company has gone back to basics for the new phone.
Samsung Galaxy S6 is reportedly tipped to feature a QHD (2560 x 1440) display, Snapdragon 810 processor, 16 or 20MP rear-facing camera, 5MP front-facing camera, come in 32/64/128GB storage options, among other highlighted features. No further information is current available besides a release date planned sometime in March 2015.
With the Galaxy S6 reportedly being developed inside Samsung's Korean HQ under the codename 'Project Zero', it is largely believed the handset will be the biggest update yet to the company's flagship phone line.
Recent reports revealed that the Samsung has sold about 40% fewer Galaxy S5 units than expected. The Galaxy S5 sold merely 12 million units in its first three months on the market, the report claims, which is 4 million less than the 16 million Galaxy S4 units the company sold in its first three months on the market in 2013.
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