Although Samsung is preparing us with its next introduction of its Galaxy S6, aka to its current flagship Galaxy S5 successor and in particular, the Galaxy Note 4 completely overwhelmed by the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the Korean manufacturer has apparently been prepping a number of moves behind the scenes to grab the market next time around. After a series of leaks, the Galaxy S6 is admitted will soon succeed the S5, and with apparent glimpse, we’ve here yet another alleged preview of the upcoming handset. Full story right after this fold!
Talking about the build quality of Samsung devices, Sammy has made a conscious effort to improve it this year, the titbits of metallic trim have hardly given the likes of the iPhone or HTC One much to be concerned about. Readying its Tizen OS-based smartphone debut in India already, and with all-metallic devices with the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 also backfired in time.
Entering into the new year, Samsung aims to bounce back with the Galaxy S6 launch, should be available within the first couple of months in 2015. The S5 was actually announced at the Mobile World Conference back in February this year, but the consumers couldn’t get their hands on it until April. Samsung learns how delaying releases works to the detriment of sales, and this time it will fix it, hopefully.
New rendering images surfaced, originally arrived via Iranian site Toranji, the S6 looks lightly lager than both the Galaxy S4 and S5, alongside which is pictured the alleged Galaxy S6. Display is clearly more sizable than the current model, so if these pictures are legit and to be believed are imminent, then, we can expect a device with a 5.2-5.2-inch panel, although the latter would specifically blur the divide between it and the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 / Note 4.
Samsung however is on its own agenda, rather than going with metallic it will be implementing its next Galaxy S6 featuring the premium housing of aluminum or similar, and is powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 CPU under the hood. And along with the Android 5.0 Lollipop, the Galaxy S6 camera is expected to get a fairly solid point-and-shoot experience to complete the deal.
Notably, these press renderings are unconfirmed, this is all just speculations and what you have to do is, now add pinch of salt. But let’s hope that Samsung can re-emerge with something worthy enough.
(Source: Toranji [Google Translate]