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). Looks like, Galaxy S6 will also be accompanied by a Note Edge variant.
Yes, Zauba has once again shared some information on Samsung importing a prototype of its Galaxy S6 to India for R&D purposes. The phone carrying SM-G925F as its model number and cost approximately $710 (INR 44,909).
The phone is believed to be the rumored Edge variant of the Galaxy S6. The import documents describe it as "similar to the Galaxy Note 4." The phone was imported on January 3 and is further reported to be present at CES 2015. However, the device will only be showcased to selected firms, which means that consumers will not get a glimpse of it.
The specs of Samsung Galaxy S6 which have been rumouring around includes QHD display, Exynos 7420/Snapdragon 810 chipset, and 16MP or 20MP camera. The handset is likely to officially debut at MWC 2015 in March.
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