The Galaxy S6 however is all set to go official in early 2015 and this time around, Samsung is pretty much focusing on the device’s design with a complete overhaul. First off leaked in an assembled Galaxy S6 showing an all-aluminum unibody with colorful plastic front. Both are big changes, and the first aluminum body comes as a welcome change and the color on its front is also a new thing for a flagship Samsung series when compared to its current Galaxy S5 device.
Samsung is although trying to decide between a 5.2″ and 5.5-inch screen size. The Galaxy S6 (codenamed SM-G430) will feature a 5.5″ display, as the latest report claims. Interestingly, other specifications include a 1080p display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 system chip, both reserved for upper-mid-range devices.
Now about the vivid ‘fluorescent yellow‘ paint inclusion on the first Galaxy S6 leaked unit, which said the company isn’t afraid of experiment with some bold color accent.
Recently, yet another speculation talked about the Galaxy Note Edge-esque sibling to the Galaxy S6, could be a sort of premium version of the handset. Rumored to flaunt a 5.3-inch (1440 x 2560-pixel) AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 810 system chip, and 4GB of RAM. Get an Iris scanner, a long-rumored feature that has not yet arrived in a mass-sold commercial smartphone though.
After these reports and speculations we have to consider that Samsung is not bringing only one flagship, but it might gonna introduce with two new smartphones. Could Samsung restart the flagship series with such a radical new handset?