You brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 flagship will soon become an older one as the Korean giant prepping for its next-generation flagship device and could announce the successor to it’s 8 months old S5 smartphone. All happens during next year’s Consumer Electronics Show, being held on January 6 through Jan. 9.
Samsung Galaxy S6, which the company possibly be unveiling its upcoming flagship device, although Samsung typically announces its Galaxy S series handsets in the February-May period, but this time a bit earlier in January at CES 2015.
According to a report surfaced from the Korean online publication Chosun Biz, which cites analysts from South Korea-based Mirae Assist Securities (MAS), the Galaxy S6 rumored to be unveiled between Jan. 6 / 9. Coincides with the CES 2015 in Las Vegas. If the latest rumors are to be excepted, we might see the curved screen variant debut alongside the Galaxy S6 smartphone.
Photos of the unannounced Galaxy S6 leaks. Picture that you can see above resembles the new Alpha lone of handsets Samsung released this September, a metal-clad variant of the Galaxy S series and the purported Galaxy S6 will bear a “half-metal unibody”.
New indications also point that Samsung could also release a curved-screen”Edge” version of its next Galaxy S alongside the normal model. Two devices are in line with a variation? Talking about the Galaxy Note Edge features an extended touchscreen that wraps down one side of the phone, and the next Edge Galaxy S6 could be on two sides, its just a guess.
MAS analysts also predict that the South Korean manufacturer is aiming to sell a total of around 45 million units of yet-to-launch Galaxy S6, including 10 million units of Edge variants. Officially not confirmed as yet by Samsung, so like all the other rumors take it with a pinch of salt and pepper.
Specs on Galaxy S6 is expected to pack an Exynos 7420 Octa-Core CPU, posing a 5.5-inch QHD 1440×2560 pixels) display, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB internal storage. The device is said to have a 20-megapixel rear camera and a 5MP front sensor. The handset should make use of Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, which will be largely covered by a new version of Samsung’s proprietary user interface.
For more details, stay tuned!