Samsung’s next flagship smartphone
Reports have began to emerge about Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, believed to be dubbed Galaxy S6 and reportedly codenamed ‘mission Zero’. Last week, one of the most purported specs of the Galaxy S5 successor were tipped.
Now, the newest in the series of leaks counsel that the rumoured Galaxy S6 will characteristic ‘twin-edged’ display so that it will be curved on the beach (proper and left) sides. Notably, Samsung’s first smartphone to feature an ‘edge display’ is the Galaxy word facet.
Korea Herald rates Senior Analyst of IHD technology, Jerry Kang, to have mentioned at the IHS show Analyst convention last week, “The Galaxy S6 to be launched subsequent year will feature a ‘twin-edged’ reveal which is curved on the proper and left facets.”
The analyst also prompt that Samsung previous this year ahead of saying the Galaxy note side used to be conscious in regards to the “conceivable complaints concerning the curved display featured best on the suitable hand aspect”; even if, the corporate deserted plan for the twin facet monitors “at the final minute for an unknown purpose”.
Samsung’s next flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S6 with Sport ‘Dual-Edge’ Display
The analyst introduced, “Many market consultants cite lack of innovation as the primary this is why Samsung has lost steam within the smartphone industry.”
Last month, Samsung stated its July-September quarterly revenue fall to the bottom in more than 3 years, citing the decline in its cash from the smartphone trade – its worst year considering the fact that 2011.
Probably the most “preliminary specs” the Galaxy S6 is tipped to incorporate are a QHD (1440×2560 pixels) decision panel (measurement unspecified); a Sony IMX240 camera sensor, the same used in Galaxy note 4; 16-megapixel or 20-megapixel rear digital camera; a 5-megapixel front-dealing with camera, and in-built storage variations of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Additional, the Galaxy S6 is claimed to be powered by 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7420 processor (4 Cortex-A53 and 4 Cortex-A57 cores), whereas another variant that includes a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor is expected.
We remind readers then again, that nothing is respectable but, and that every one such leaks should be concerned with a pinch of salt.