Rumors : Galaxy S6 Edge will be a limited edition Phone

Samsungis planning to release its flagship smartphone Galaxy S6 in the first quarter of this year.There has been too much drama about the upcoming “Samsung Galaxy S6”. Previously there were rumors that the Samsung is building the Galaxy S6 with a metal build, just like Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and later we got news about the Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 with curves on both sides.

A Samsung employee, confirmed the reports about the ongoing Project Zero. He confirmed that “Project Zero is indeed a real thing”. He also revealed some of the things about the upcoming Galaxy S6. Samsung is allegedly testing at least three different variants of the Galaxy S6. He also stated “I ve also seen two different Galaxy S6 Edge variants, one with the normal Youm display on the Edge, and one with dual curved edges”. If the rumor is true, this suggest Samsung Galaxy S6 will be available in three different variants, one variant with a normal display, another with a one-sided curved edge display, yet another with a dual-sided curved edge display. Samsung is already famous for experiments without worrying about tradition too much, and that would very well be a support behind producing a device such as the one in question.

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According to rumors, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 device is expected to feature a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 SoC or an Exynos 7 Octa processor and LTE Cat. 9 connectivity. It looks like that that the performance of the device would be much higher than the Galaxy S5 and the memory consumption will be reduced considerably. If the rumors turn out to be exact, it is possible that Samsung has been working on optimizing and slimming down TouchWiz. The rumors also says that the Galaxy S6 might feature a 20 mega pixel camera with OIS and 4K video recording.

Although Samsung has not announced the release date for Galaxy S6, it is expected to launch by the spring of 2015.

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