Samsung Galaxy S6 to be released earlier

Fresh leaks continue emerging with fresh clues pointing to the features and release of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the Project Zero. These clues are well assuring an early release of the Galaxy S6 to have an earlier public appearance. Along with the current leaked benchmarks the earlier leaks have also spotted the similar clues expressing some contrasting specs and features of the Project Zero. Though this times leaks show the deviation in its camera. The very first benchmarks show the Galaxy S6 with a huge 20 megapixel main camera while it seems to be 16 megapixels in the earlier leaks.

However, the variations might show that Samsung will bring the new launch in varieties of two or more smartphones. Its release is expected to be a reboot of the entire Galaxy series which might entirely restructure the current Samsung smartphone concept. It is also made reasonable with current disappointing sale of Galaxy S5. It is much reasonable to expect something bigger from Samsung to cover-up its share in the highly competitive smartphone market.

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Considering the leaks we find some identical hardware. Apart from the camera it expresses the octa-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 in USA and an Exynos 7420 for the rest. Along with this it is expected with internal memory ranging from 32 to 128 GB with 128 GB external storage. The display is yet to be spotted though it is expected in earlier leaks being 5.5-inch with 2560 x 1440 QuadHD or 2K resolution.

These leaks are opening up the Project Zero more and more while the release is also expected earlier then expected. As we experienced earlier in the past years this time again it is expected that Samsung will release Galaxy S6 before the expected release date.

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