The Galaxy S6 is less than a month away from its official unveiling but users seem to have an idea of what the forthcoming flagship smartphone will look like this early. Now today, a new batch of leaks courtesy of a Korean publication has thrown in another insight about the most-awaited smartphone in the first half of 2015.
The Galaxy S6 is expected to sport an all new design and a new rumour suggests that the device may feature wireless charging capability. So far, none of the Samsung made devices have included this feature. That may change with the Galaxy S6 as a new report hints at magnetic induction wireless charging.
Well, the report could be contrary to previous rumours. It's reported that Galaxy S6 will have a metal body, but that material isn't known for playing well with magnetic induction wireless charging. This, as GSMArena noted, speculates that the Galaxy S6's rear back will not be 100% metal.
Samsung is scheduled to reveal the Galaxy S6- which is also rumoured to come in two variants - on March 1, a day ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The tech giant from South Korea has already sent out invitations to their press event. Samsung is also expected to unveil its first ever round shaped smartwatch alongside the S 6 Edge - which has been the subject of rumour mills over the past few months.