Samsung Adds More Hype With A New Video Boasting About Galaxy S6’s Camera

Looks like Samsung's as eager to launch the Galaxy S6 as we are t lay our eyes and hands on it. In a new ad today, the company dropped dubious hints pointing towards a feature of the device that has seen several pointers previously from the company.

Samsung Posts Teaser Relating To Galaxy S6's Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be launched by the company next month in Spain and the manufacturer seems eager to keep the public interested in its upcoming flagship device until then. As before, Samsung has once again laid emphasis on the device's multimedia capabilities specifically the camera. Previously we have seen R&D Chief Samsung make claims that the Galaxy S6 will advance on every front that he believes to be critical in Samsung's camera performance; something which is unmatched on the Galaxy S5 according to Mr. Jang.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to be launched in two variants. One of these will be a simple device with the other having an edged screen. Sources have gone as far as to suggest that the Galaxy S6 will have a screen curving on three sides of the device. Following the iPhone 6 launches last year, Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 launch has seen media speculation rise to similar levels. So far, Samsung's expected to launch the device with its in-house SoC, the Exynos 7420. The Exynos 7420 will be next in line of Samsung's own chipsets and is expected to give tough competition to Qualcomm, the chip giant that has had a near monopoly when it comes to mobile flagships in the Android world.

Other specifications for the device include a 20 MP rear camera and 3 GB of RAM. The device has long been rumored to come with a metal unibody but more recent information suggests that Samsung might have to end up with a glass frame due to wireless charging also being present on the Galaxy S6. The Korean giant intends to compensate for a non-removable battery with this additional feature according to the South Korean media.

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