Release date and spec rumors for Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S6
There are so many questions circulating the web about the Samsung?s upcoming flagship for their ?S? model the Samsung Galaxy S6 like ?What are the specs?? or ?When is the release date for this model??
Luckily, many eager fans have made a few theories and there are a lot of rumors floating around the interwebs regarding the specs and release date of the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Spec Rumors
Note: The specs you will read below are pure rumors and/or speculations only and it is in no way official.
According to bgr, these are the rumored specs for Samsung?s upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S6.
- As said on that source, the next flagship of Samsung is going to have a 5.1-Inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 577 pixels per inch.
- The camera for Samsung Galaxy S6 is rumored to have 20-megapixel rear-camera with Optical image Stabilization
- For its battery, 2550 mAh battery with a built-in wireless charging
- As for the OS, it was said on that source that Samsung Galaxy S6 will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop.
- For the processor, it was rumored that it will run on the Exynos 7420 processor. This is rumored as a replacement for the Snapdragon 810.
Samsung Galaxy S6 rumored release date, fan theories
According to techradar?s release date theory for the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung also has a habit of scheduled release for their flagships pretty much like the iPhone from Apple.
As said on that report, Samsung releases?or announces?their phones during the MWC or Mobile World Congress. This habit started with the Samsung Galaxy S2 until the most recent flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S5 in last year?s MWC 2014 that was held in Barcelona.
So if they didn?t change their habit of releasing their latest mobiles, then it is most likely that they will also release the Samsung Galaxy S6 in this year?s Mobile World Congress that is also being held at Barcelona this coming March.
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