Samsung Galaxy S6 Teaser- TeCake

The Samsung Group is uncovering the clouds over the next flagship Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge smartphones. The firm has released a teaser video for its upcoming Galaxy device, on Saturday. This teaser reveals that the forthcoming device will be borderless and featuring a reflection less bright display that will display true colors.

Moreover, the video significantly confirms the rumours that are surfacing on the Intenet, now a days. These rumours suggest that the Galaxy S6 will be featured with a three-sided curved display to both of the edges. In addition, it also hints the device to be metallic built overcoming the Samsung’s signature plastic body.

It seems that Samsung is going to launch its ‘Next Galaxy’ in upcoming Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona, next month. Previously, the South Korean giant has sent  invites for a Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for March 1. The invite gives impressions of several smartphones including the Galaxy Note Edge and its curved edge variant.

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As TeCake earlier reported, the rumor uncovers that 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 flavour, Lolipop 5.0. For image shooting, there may be a 20 megapixel of rear camera while giving special emphasis to selfie obsessed users, Samsung group has provided a 5 megapixel  of front facing camera. The device carries battery capacity of over 3,000 mAh that can easily juice up the high-end device for more than a day, after getting it fully charged.

Buy : Samsung Galaxy S4 (Deep Black) at Rs. 17,999

The Korean giant teases in the video that “metals will flow” while cutting to a bunch of cryptic, artsy shots of liquid metal. The ad also proclaims that “borders will disappear,” hinting that its screens will be bezel-free.

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