New year is in front a days away and lots of speculations starting to pop up regrading the next Samsung‘s top line handset, to be called the Galaxy S6. Rumors already points quite a few mumblings about this yet to be announced device, though. Now, it’s impossible to tell anything about the upcoming Galaxy smartphone and what its going to get with it in reality.
The latest report surfaced into the wild suggesting that the Galaxy S6 will be entirely made from aluminum. Not only taking about the metal frame here, but like the Galaxy Note 4 with a full metal construction akin to that employed for the Galaxy A series.
Apparently, the device will ship with a display that sports curved edges on both sides like the Galaxy Note Edge (only have it on one side), but with two of those ‘edges’ instead of one. Unless a different solution will be chosen, with the curved sides being positioned in some other way.
Already in our previous post we mentioned about there would be yet another “Edge” variant of the Galaxy S6 too, so this may be it. Or, we’ll never see any curved special edition, and the regular one will feature that bent screen. Although, it is expected to see two Galaxy S6 versions, the rumor goes on to claim, one sporting a Samsung-powered Exynos 7420 SoC and the other will be offered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip.
Finally, we shouldn’t expect a Galaxy S6 announcement at CES in January 2015, but nevertheless will go official at the beginning of the second quarter of next year, in April?