What Does Samsung Galaxy S6 Have To Offer? Here's What To Expect

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Samsung Galaxy S6

As MWC keeps drawing near each day, lots of attentions has been drawn to top tech giants like LG, HTC and Samsung. Different rumours and suggestions has been flying around concerning what this firms may have in store for the event. While nearly half of the rumours seems so good to be true nothing is yet certain. Samsung are quite good and knows how to conceal themselves so well, we experienced that during last year IFA event when they launched Galaxy Note Edge which no one forseen till it pops out on stage.

Amid these rumours and speculations, some truth are hidden inside. Samsung is expected to launch Galaxy S6 which will be Galaxy S5 successor. The Galaxy S6 as reported from the source we've gather this reports will packs Qualcomm latest Snapdragon 810 processor along with 4GB RAM and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box. While almost all Galaxy S series sport a metallic finish at the back, the Galaxy S6 is said to sports a glass panel both at the front and back.

Recent leaks also shows that the Galaxy S6 may comes in dual edge display variant. Much like the Galaxy Note Edge which only sports a single edge display, the two edge displays on Galaxy S6 Edge variant will be capable of displaying recent notifications such as missed calls, text messages and reminder as well as accessing various social network platforms in one gesture. Samsung is also said to have neglect its swipe-base fingerprint sensor for touch-base fingerprint sensor, the likes of which is seen on iPhones.

As we have said earlier, nothing is certain but we do believe Samsung Galaxy S6 will packs Snapdragon 810 chipset and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop.

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