Samsung's Galaxy S6 has been in the spotlight for quite some time now but many rumors have been surffing up, stating different features for it. Recently, Samsung released a video teaser simply titled as,The Next Galaxy, which shows what's being speculated about the Galaxy S6.
The teaser provides ample hints that the Galaxy S6 migh showcase, Samsung will finally dump the plastic element in the build and give us an all metallic body phone. There are artsy visuals of liquid metal sliding along the edge of the phone.
‘Borders will disapper,' says the voice over which hints that the Galaxy S6 will have extremely thin bezels on the sides. The other statement, ‘Reflections will be free,' hints at an anti-reflexive coating.
The video also gives a brief hint of a curved edge display. This again adds gravity to the rumours that Samsung will release the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S Edge. A report by Sammobile has confirmed that the Samsung Edge device will come with an Edge screen on both sides.
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Internal sources states that the Edge screens will be 30 to 50 percent less curved than the Edge display on the Galaxy Note Edge.The reason behind this is the smaller size of the device and the volume and power buttons on the sides. The curves on both sides will be uniform.
The Galaxy S6 may flaunt an Ultra HD 4K display, 4GB RAM and a 20MP camera. An initial specs list for S6 said that the device would have a 5.3-inch 4K AMOLED display, a 64-bit Exynos 7420 or Snapdragon 810 processor depending on the country, 5 megapixel front camera, and Broadcom's new sensor chip. The most recent report talks about 5.1-inch displays, one of the models to feature three-sided display and an extremely easy-to-use camera.
Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy S6 with Exynos 7 and LTE. Initially, Samsung was testing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, but it was found to cause over heating problems, which made Samsung drop the idea of using the Snapdragon 810 SoC. Qualcomm has agreed to rework the Snapdragon 810 SoC for Samsung's flagship devices in the future.