Samsung Galaxy S6 rumors are swirling amid a leak that many within the tech space have indicated is a clear sign of what the company is going for in the next edition of their flagship smartphones. An impressive 5.5-inch display with 2560×1440 Quad-HD resolution, and a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor along with an ARM Mali-T760 GPU, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
An impressive 5MP front-facing camera for video calls, and selfies, as well as an impressive 20MP rear-facing camera for traditional camera shots. That being said Samsung is also expected to launch a second variant of the Galaxy S6 – which will include the Exynos SoC processor chipset. The second variant will be called the Galaxy S6 Edge, and while some changes internally are expected – many are skeptical about the idea of both devices launching simultaneously.
While these are rumors seem legitimate – it should be kept in mind that these are just that – simply rumors that could change at any time, and are in no way verified or vetted by Samsung themselves. The rumors also suggest that the device will be running on Android 5.0 Lollipop which is somewhat expected throughout the Android community since it would seem unlikely to begin with that Samsung would launch their flagship smartphone without actually putting the latest Android operating system on the device.
Throughout the Android community many have been reeling after issues with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor that is expected to be in this device along with the other flagship level devices in the Android space. This includes the LG G4 and Xperia Z4 made by Sony – which will all likely be delayed if a solution is not reached soon with the processor that is in question within these flagship level devices.
Interestingly, the leaked information came in form of AnTuTu results. That is what’s so unique about the rumors surrounding this device. The device that was labeled SM-G925F and while it doesn’t mean this is a final copy – it does give those following the story a clear indication that a device at this level is in testing at least.
However, it would seem that Samsung is working on a different project to enhance the overall brand image and give their customers something new to work with since they are still working on the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S5 which has been code named Project Zero – which is being built from scratch. Samsung is clearly working hard to rebound from the year that they had this year to ensure that their overall bottom line is not negatively impacted in the New Year.