Samsung Norway managed to poke fun at itself briefly by launching some parodies to the many rumors that have been circulating around the Galaxy S6. Some of the jabs at itself included a completely foldable screen, and device that appeared to be completely transparent. Clearly these aren’t things that we’ll see on the Galaxy S6, but it certainly did shed some light on how the manufacturers feel about the rumors and speculation that always run wild leading up to the actual release of a physical device. In this case, with the Unpacked 2015 event just a few days away – Samsung felt as though the timing was likely right to make a move and put something like this out there.
However, there are some really exciting things coming with this device that are 100% undeniable. First, it is the fact that it will have a curved display and will be released in April – most likely. While there is the chance that it could officially go on sale – in store and online – in March – it would be unlikely that the company could keep that kind of timeline with the device just being unpacked on March 1st. Second, it will be getting away from plastic style designs that ultimately feel cheap to users. The Galaxy S6 will feature a metal edging, as well as a Super AMOLED display.
Internally, the device will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and 2GB of RAM that will make for an incredibly fast device, and Samsung has been vocal about the fact that they will be using their own processor chips in some of their devices – so this is a good sign for the company as a whole. The Galaxy S6 will also feature a significantly upgraded camera, on both sides of the phone, as well as a battery that finally takes charge and lasts an extended period – according to early reports. Those things will go a very long way to making the Samsung Galaxy S6 a device that is tough to beat in an open market. While some of the rumors that Samsung shared on their site are amusing, most of them – if not all of them – will never see the light of day at least for the time being.