Back in April, Samsung has officially released its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S5, yet enthusiasts are already craving of what the next big-ticket device from the South Korean giant will have to offer.
Not too long ago, we had informed you that Samsung might have started developing the Galaxy S6. The next Samsung Galaxy smartphone has a code-name "Project Zero."
There's no telling when the much-hyped successor might get launched onto market, but rumors suggest that users would need to wait at least six months for that.
In the meantime, however, we now have a new concept to watch out for. Coming from 91mobiles, the handset is called the Galaxy S6. The imaginary phone features a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels (2K resolution). The concept handset sports ultra thin body - partly made out of metal.
Overall, the concept phone looks cool, although it's only a concept device for the time being. At the same time, it's hard to believe that we'll ever see a similar styled handset coming from the house of Samsung.
For the time being, check out the concept in the slideshow below, and do let us know what you think about the Galaxy S6 concept by 91mobiles.
Samsung Galaxy S6 – Design
The concept handset has a removable battery cover, just like the Galaxy S5. The design of the phone is largely inspired by the current range of ultra thin phones.
Samsung Galaxy S6 – Display
The concept phone features a 5.5-inch 2K resolution screen, which would bring it in line with other very big-ticket handsets on the market at the moment.
Samsung Galaxy S6 – Processor
The specs sheet of this concept device is said to include an Exynos 5430 processor (8-core)coupled with 4GB of RAM. No mention of an internal memory has been made.
Samsung Galaxy S6- Camera
On the back side, the handset sports a 20MP camera, alongside a 5MP front-facing camera. There's no mention of 4K recording facility.
Samsung Galaxy S6- Software and Battery
The concept phone is running on Android 5.0 Lollipop, with Samsung's new version of TouchWiz layered on top of Android. On the battery side, the imaginary phone houses a large 3,300mAh battery inside.