As we are nearing 2015, the odds of bumping into a leak or rumors of a much anticipated smartphones is eventually growing bigger. One of the devices which had quiet a few mumbles for the past few months is of course the South-Korean giant's Samsung Galaxy S6 or Samsung Project Zero.
According to Zauba, an import/export tracking website, Samsung has sent large amount of SM-G920F to India for research and development purposes. As per the tracking website, it is said to come with a Snapdragon 810 chipset and Samsung Exynos 7 chipset, 3GB RAM and a quad HD display.
Focusing on the body design, Samsung is starting its design from the scratch, and it is said to be made entirely with aluminum, just like the Galaxy A series. Additionally, the premium flagship will be shipped with curved display on both the sides.
Moreover with reference to the tracking company, the SM-G920F is valued at INR18,938, which translates to $300, but the price listed there doesn't represent the real price of the yet-to-be launched devices.
If the rumors, turns out to be true, the Samsung Galaxy S6 flagship might get announced in the Consumer Electronic Festival (CES) or Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015.
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