Samsung Galaxy S6 Leaked Pictures Show Smartphone’s Design Ahead of Release

By Anuj

There's no shortage of rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy S6 floating around the internet. Multiple reports have already confirmed that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S6 in March during the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC).

And today, a series of new images leaked out of Iran appears to have confirmed the much-awaited Galaxy S6.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Leaked Pictures Show Smartphone’s Design


While previous media reports have suggested that the Galaxy S6 will be designed from scratch. In fact, a leaked report once referred the Samsung Galaxy S6 - codenamed "Project Zero". Since then, new theories and leaks have been rampant concerning the Galaxy S6.

However, the images leaked recently show a device similar to that of the Galaxy S5. Furthermore more, the leaked images have hinted that the Galaxy S6 will run Google's Android 5.0 Lollipop. Until then, take this rumor with a pinch of salt, no matter how reliable the source is.

The new handset has already sparked ongoing debates and rumors over what it will look. As of now, recent reports have claimed the Galaxy S6 to be a powerful device. The high-end handset is rumored to pack a 5.5-inch QHD ( 2K resolution) display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of internal memory, a 20.7MP rear-facing camera, a 5MP front-facing camera, 4G LTE-A and a large battery.

As the time approaches for when the new Samsung Galaxy S6 will be launched, undoubtedly, more images of the smartphone are likely to appear online.

Source- Toranji

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