As per the leaks found on the internet, Samsung Group is set to unveil its flagship device for 2015, Samsung Galaxy S6. Rumors suggest that the upcoming “Mobile World Congress” from March 2 to 6 in Barcelona is likely to host the launching of the Galaxy S6. However, there is no official update about the event from Samsung yet.
As far as the technical specifications is concerned, Samsung did not say a word about the device, but the rumor uncovers it as Galaxy S6 will boast a Snapdragon 810 or 64-bit Exynos 7420 chipset coupled with 4 GB of RAM, which may solve the hanging problems that were previously found in Samsung’s droidphones.
Moreover, the device may be featured with a 5.2-inch to 5.5-inch AMOLED display with 1440 x 2560p of resolution. Leaks also suggest that the smartphone will be running on Android’s latest flavor, Lolipop 5.0.
In addition, the noticeable thing is Samsung has launched its previous flagship smartphones in the month of May or April. For an example, the Galaxy S3 was launched in May 2012 while the S4 and S5 evolutions were launched in April 2013 and April 2014, respectively.
Other than this, Samsung Group confirmed in its latest financial report that, it will “focus on increasing sales and improving business performance through new product line-ups, such as the Galaxy A series,” during Q4 2015. Moreover, the company reports that these new budget metal phones and the Galaxy A3, A5 will be launch in February for UK consumers.
The report also mentions about Galaxy A7, that has to come as well. According to the company’s spokesperson, this device may attract the smartphone market as it is a mid-range 5.5 inch phablet, but this hasn’t been confirmed for the UK just yet.
However, the financial report doesn’t carry any information about the Samsung S series. So, according to Q4 financial reports and previous statistics, it could be guessed that the Galaxy S6 may miss MWC.
We need to wait and see whether the phone is going to launch in March, as per the leaks or it will launch in April-May, following the previous trends.
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