Forget about renders and mock-ups, with a few days to go for the MWC 2015, Samsung is now teasing their new Galaxy S6.
The official reveal for Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is jsut around the corner: it will take place during their “Unpacked” event at the Mobile World Conference 2015 on march 1st, and it will be introduced along an Edge version, just like with the Galaxy Note 4. And although information had leaked here and there, with a few really good mock ups in place, there hadn’t been any official pictures yet. That is up until Samsung’s instagram showed the picture we see illustrating this story: our first official look at the Galaxy S6.
This smartphone looks surprisingly thin, but also the lines are quite surprising and we don’t know what to make of them exactly. Hadn’t this picture had the #TheNextGalaxy hashtag, we would have thought this was an iPad. One element that we can’t quite distinguish is a protuberance in the posterior part of the Galaxy S6 for the camera lens, which had prevented it from being entirely flat. We’ll see how Samsung resolved this.
So far, we know the Galaxy S6 will be equipped with a 5.1 inch QHD screen (1.440x.2.560 pixels), a Exynos 7420 octacore processor at 2,1 GHz, 3GB DDR4 RAM, and storage that would come in two versions: 32 or 64 gigabites. Also, the main camera would be 20MP, and the front one of 5, all running Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
Via Samsung Mobile