Like every cellular giant, Samsung too, gives off a flagship phone every year. This year was no exception, with HTC, Apple, LG and others giving their flagship phones to the market, Samsung too came up with the Galaxy S5. Unfortunately, the company suffered a setback, as they did not meet the expected sale requirements. So now everybody looks forward to what Samsung is going to do next. The speculations are already taking in.
Although no one has had any official word from Samsung, the predictions are, the galaxy S6 is set to release close to mobile world conference (MWC), scheduled on March 2nd. There is a rumor that the Samsung is bringing it forward due to low sales of Samsung Galaxy S5.
There have been some rumors regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6. However, a leak from SAMmobile reveals what Samsung is planning on.
As far as the display is concerned it is quite predictable that the Samsung will stick to super AMOLED, as it has been with its recent flagship phones. Moving on to the size, the latest trend is for the bigger phones. The S5 competitor, LG G3 which had a bigger screen, seemed to capture more attention. So the prediction is that Samsung might go up to 5.5 inches. Although, they have already released bigger phones in the Note series but haven’t experimented that with the Galaxy S yet. The word from experts of the industry is that the phone might be a quad HD but its size remains the biggest mystery.
We all know that the Qualcomm’s 64-bit processors are expected to release within the first six months of next year. The speculation is that Samsung Galaxy S6 might be loaded with that under the hood.
The speculation is that the new Samsung Galaxy S6 will stick with 16 Mega pixels camera with some new added features, or they might just go up to 20 MP. The word from pundits is that the firm is considering both the options. Either going up to 20 MP or, staying on 16 MP with some new features. However, it is more likely that it will stick to 16 Mega Pixels and try and bring something new within that range.
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