Samsung's next big device, the Samsung Galaxy S6, is likely to hit the global market early 2015. A lot of Android and more specifically Samsung fans have been waiting for the cutting edge innovation in this device, and it's only natural that we're eager to see what it'll have to offer. The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be the successor to the current front runner, the S6. Based on reports from credible sources, more details on this device have leaked out.
Based on information extracted first-hand from Indian import/export platform Zauba, a Samsung device codenamed SM-G430 was shipped to New Delhi, India, on December 23.
Another instance of the same device was spotted by IT168 (via PhoneArena) was shipped from Korea (South). Each of the two devices had a declared value of Rs. 35, 489. But it's important to note that import/export website listings are only declared price values, and not really be an accurate reflection of actual market value.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 will pack many features, but one of the most notable is a sports 5.5" display. At this point in time, the resolution is still unspecified on the the import/export website, but a Chinese publication has been recorded as saying this will be in the tunes of 1080 x 1920 pixels. More so, there are rumors the device will be running on a Snapdragon 801 SoC.
The S6 has been spotted in Yellow color, and looks quite different from previous Galaxy flagship models styling. More so, the device has an aluminum frame, as tipped based on a previous leak.
Earlier in the month, a variant of the Galaxy S6 was spotted on a benchmarking website, featuring some comparable specifications. The S6 will be running the Android 5.0 Lollipop, and is expected to have some of the best features in the market.