Samsung to unleash Galaxy S6 on March 2 in Spain


As the New Year 2015 prevails, Korean handset behemoth Samsung is all set to unleash the newest device in its iconic Galaxy line-up. A recent claim from a Samsung executive suggested that Samsung will wrap off the covers from its much-awaited and much-anticipated Galaxy S6 on March 2, on the eve of the MWC 2015 held in Barcelona, Spain.

With this announcement, the rumor mill is having its full swing regarding the firmware attributes of this high-end sophisticated smartphone. A number of websites on the internet is buzzing around for the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S6 with deferent leaked videos.

The leaks from BGR claims that it has managed to get specifications of Galaxy S6 from an authentic source.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is speculated to envelope a mighty 64-bit octa-core SoC (unspecified chipset) crafted on a 14nm node process. The source also says that its performance rate is 50 percent faster to its ancestors. Earlier leaks rumored that Samsung is going to include an Exynos 7420 (14nm process) for the 3G model and a Snapdragon 810 chipset (20nm process) for the 4G variant. However, no clues were found regarding the RAM value; albeit a fresh rumor suggests that the Galaxy S6 will sport a massive 4GB of RAM.

The smartphone will also come with a scintillating 5.1-inch QHD Super AMOLED screen glass and a crust of Corning Gorilla Glass 4. These variations to the new device are obviously a key upgrade in contrast to the Samsung Galaxy S5.

The Galaxy S6 will also feature a 20-MP shooting sensor with OIS placed at the rear and a supporting camera of 5-MP placed at the front of the device. The phone is said to be available in three models regarding their storage capacity – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. There is a massive and long lasting 2550 mAh battery onboard.

Other high-end features under the hood of the Galaxy S6 are built-in wireless charging, which is becoming popular in high-end smartphones.

The other notable additions to the device will possibly be Samsung Pay, which appears identical to Apple Pay, and notes, “Samsung Pay operates with 90 percent of current magnetic stripe payment terminals, and NFC payment terminals.

The design of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is going to be a blend of metal and glass chassis. Connectivity options include LTE Category 6 support.

On the other hand, GSMArena predicts that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will not be dust and water-proof such as the Galaxy S5 and its IP67 certification.