First Images Showing Fully Functional Samsung Galaxy S6 Appear – With Little Changes On Board
With only a couple of days left until Samsung releases its next flagship, we're seeing more and more leaks when it comes to the Samsung Galaxy S6. Courtesy of leaks and rumors so far, we have a rough idea of what to expect from Samsung's flagship next year. But that still doesn't answer the question of what the actual device can be expected to look like.
While there have been couple of images claiming to show the Galaxy S6 have popped up, their authenticity is far from accurate. A first image claiming to be Samsung Galaxy S6 was debunked later as being photshopped. Another image, while not photoshopped, shows a device that is highly unlikely to be Samsung's next flagship. Well, more images have surfaced today, and we'll let you be the judge about their credibility.
The first thing that you'll notice once you take a look at the images above is that the device being said to be the Samsung Galaxy S6 is in three colors. This is in consistency with earlier reports that Samsung will be releasing its device with different color options this time around. The second thing that catches the eye is that there are very little changes for a device that was once said to come with a dual edged curved screen on board. You can see the little difference with much clarity in the image below.
As you can see, when compared to previous Samsung flagships, the alleged Samsung Galaxy S6 shows very little differences. Some features signature of Samsung include a large physical home button and Android 5.0 coupled with a Samsung specific wallpaper in the background. The updated metal frame of the device is also far from groundbreaking. As far as specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S6 go, the device is said to come with the Snapdragon 810 on board, a 5.5 inch QHD screen and a 20 MP rear camera. Do you think the Samsung Galaxy S6 really has been spotted for the first time today? Let us know in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated.
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