Samsung Galaxy S6 rumours continue to spread like wildfire as the much-awaited smartphone release date inch closer. Now, according to the latest report, the purported Galaxy S6 could feature a glass body and non-removable battery.
Korean site DDaily is reporting that the much hyped Samsung Galaxy S6 may not feature full metal bodied design instead it will come with much sophisticated glass panel on the rear back, like Sony Xperia Z3. Well, the Galaxy S6 was supposed to come with a metal body, and now it seems that Samsung has zeroed down the final design that need to be implemented.
Samsung, meanwhile, is rumoured to be preparing a special version of the Galaxy S6 that will feature two Edge displays. Notably, the Edge display first made its presence felt in 2014 on the Galaxy Note Edge. If reports are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will share similarities with the Galaxy Note Edge in terms of display technology.
"The software feature set of the Galaxy S6 Edge is very similar to the one found on the Note Edge. However, Samsung did throw in some new features to make the S6 Edge a little unique. First of all, you will have the ability to activate the main edge panel on the right or left curve, depending on your primary hand. Then there's Glance Lighting, which will light up the Edge area when you receive a call or notifications, when you turn your device over. Also, you will have an option to choose favorite contacts and an ability to assign specific colours to them. So, calls and notifications from important people will show the designated color lighting on the edge area," writes SamMobile
The dual-edge Samsung Galaxy S6 is rumoured to sport the model number SM-G925. Apparently, the Galaxy S6 Edge will have similar interface for its side panels as the Note Edge. Some media reports suggest that users will be able to quickly glance at Yahoo! news and financial information, S Health data, notifications, and night clock among others.
Samsung is rumoured to host a grand event at MWC 2015, where it could unveil the Galaxy S6, alongside the dual-edge version of the most awaited phone of the year.
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