Samsung has been rumored to release the dual-edge version of its forthcoming Galaxy S6 at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC). For a while, the Galaxy S6 was expected to arrive in two different variants, much like the Galaxy Note 4.
That alleged rumor has been confirmed, thanks to code imbedded within the Vodafone website in the Netherlands. Dutch tech site Galaxy Club reports that Vodafone Netherlands has confirmed the Galaxy S Edge.
Interestingly, the publication has spotted the alleged name of the Galaxy S6. To be called as Galaxy S Edge, the product name goes hand-in-hand with the Galaxy Note Edge product name by Samsung for the special variant of the Note 4.
As usual, Vodafone Netherlands doesn't notify when the Galaxy S Edge will be showcased. We're expecting the device to be showcased at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC), starts March 2.
Samsung is reportedly building the Galaxy S6 from scratch. Many media reports have claimed that the Galaxy S6 to be crafted out of metal and glass. If the information is correct, we may get to see the Galaxy S6 in an all-new fashion.
Not just the design, Samsung is set to give its native TouchWiz a facelift. It's being reported that Samsung is keen to simplify the skin for the Galaxy S6, just like Google Nexus 6.
As far as the Galaxy S6's leaked specs are concerned, we're expecting it to come with a 5.2-inch QHD screen, a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, 20.7MP rear-facing camera, 5MP front-facing camera, a 3200mAh battery, 4G LTE (Cat.9) and more.
A lot is riding on the upcoming Galaxy S6, as the device is utterly significant from Samsung - symbolically as well as financially.
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