Samsung Galaxy S6 photos have been leaked, according to reports, suggesting that the next Galaxy flagship device is on its way.

Samsung released a video regarding the setup of the company’s Knox security software, and many have argued that the device that is featured in the video appears to be the next flagship device that will come from the mobile tech giant. The smaller side bezels, combined with looking slightly larger than the Galaxy S5 suggests that we might be seeing the Galaxy S6 slightly ahead of time, compared to what the expectation might have been before. However, that doesn’t mean that we’re any closer to an actual release. It’s still highly-likely that the device will launch in the spring – and an insider with the company suggested that the release would be April of this year.

The device will bring a completely different look and feel, too, compared to what Samsung Galaxy S-users are currently used to. A 5.5-inch Super AMOLED QHD display is practically a certainty, the 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor, or Samsung’s variation of the processor called the Samsung Exynos 7 Octa for the international variations of the device.

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The device will likely be toting 3GB of RAM, as well as 32GB of storage – with expandable options running up to 128GB. A rear-facing camera that boasts 20MP, as well as a front-facing camera that will boast a 5MP shooter. The device is also said to be bringing a fingerprint sensor that is PayPal certified, as well as being dust and water resistant.

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The “accidental” release of the visual of this device might be less accidental and more intentional seeing as how more, and more rumors that are being vetted by Samsung employees are making their rounds throughout the internet. While nothing is currently set in stone, and it was just last month when many were saying that the company was still trying several prototypes of devices it will be interesting to see if some of the experimental features make it to the device – like the curved screen that is being worked with by Samsung.

Either way, given the impressive list of specifications that the device will be boasting – it will be very interesting to see how the device performs as it will easily be one of the most-impressive devices on the market in 2015 at all.

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