With the final launch and release of the new Samsung Galaxy S5 now out of the way, all eyes are currently fixed on the future of this flagship line. And accordingly, the Galaxy S6 has become one of the most rumored handsets already.
While Samsung gained a solid ground for itself at the start of the year with the release of the new Galaxy S5, we feel that we aren't far away from the day when Samsung takes the center stage once more and introduces us to this newly rumored handset.
But when the entire web is going ballistic over the rumored specs of the new handset, there are still a few things apart from that you will need to keep in mind on the road. Here are the 5 most striking among them.
No two Samsung phones in the S series are same, and expect the same when the S6 comes around. If not anything else, expect a host of tweaks to the new handset's display, processor and camera. Hence, expect the new handset to come with more better specs under the hoods.
While nothing can be said perfectly, but we do expect the new Galaxy S6 to arrive with an upgraded display. And it's not that difficult to believe since we have already seen Quad HD quality display on the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge. Now the Galaxy S6 is also expected to come with the same Quad HD display. Others feel that the handset could also come with a dual-edged display.
Yep, you read it right! Project Zero is indeed the codename for the new Samsung Galaxy S6. Apparently, as far as designing is concerned, the Galaxy S6 is said to be built from scratch as the company looks to get back on track in 2015. However, specific Galaxy S6 design rumors are still to be published on the web.
A previous report claimed that the new handset will include a 16MP or 20MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization, a 5MP rear-facing camera, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB of storage, Exynos 7420 and Snapdragon 810 processors. However, the truth of this is yet to be determined.
To be perfectly honest, we haven't really heard anything about the Samsung Galaxy S6 release date. And if past history is to be taken into account, don't expect any details regarding that before 2015. However, we feel you won't have to wait much before you start getting something concrete related to that.