Samsung's next big thing would definitely be the Galaxy S6, as far as the work under its 'Project Zero' goes on. While the tech giant has been making incredible progress in the wearable market, there are tough competitions that it is facing from the likes of LG and Sony.
Anyways, more eyes and ears are inclined towards the Galaxy S6 at the moment. Since it has also been leaked quite a few times in the past, the upcoming alleged phone has already received a good amount f traction from the leaks.
Today, a fresh news coming from its home-ground suggests that the Galaxy S6 will feature a Note Edge like display. The dual-edged display is what the jazz is all about. It is not a guaranteed fact that the company would be launching the Galaxy S6 with such display.
The news come from Korea Herald that quotes Senior Analyst of IHD Technology, Jerry Kang, to have said, "The Galaxy S6 to be released next year will feature a 'dual-edged' screen which is curved on the right and left sides."
The analyst also suggested that Samsung earlier this year ahead of announcing the Galaxy Note Edge was aware about the "possible complaints about the curved display featured only on the right hand side"; although, the company abandoned plan for the dual edge screens "at the last minute for an unknown reason".
As far as the details about the Galaxy S6 are concerned, according to the recent leak and rumors, the smartphone would be launched with a QHD (1440x2560 pixels) Display,a Sony IMX240 camera sensor, 16-megapixel or 20-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and inbuilt storage variants of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Further, the Galaxy S6 is said to be powered by 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7420 processor (four Cortex-A53 and four Cortex-A57 cores), while another variant featuring a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor is expected.
However, these are also not confirmed as of now. It should be noted that these are just the early leaks and rumors which are highly-prone to changes in future. Thus, it should be taken with a grain of salt.
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