Samsung Galaxy S6 Features Aluminum Body and Curved Screen

In the previous 6 months, leaked images and reports have given signs that there is a new direction for Samsung.

Their products are improving with the Note 4 and Galaxy Alpha featuring metal frames. A blog from Italy, HD states that Samsung will maintain the exact same direction for its future products and the S6 will feature a completely new aluminum design.

Reportedly, the Samsung Galaxy S6 will not feature a frame that is aluminum, but will feature a complete body made from aluminum.

Additionally, the device will be packed with curved screens for both sides just like Note Edge, which allows new cases to be developed for consumers.

There are rumors that there will be a complete separate phone that will be called the S6 Edge.

Samsung tried to do a similar thing back in September, when there was a new Note launched. The company launched a Note Edge in some markets with the exact same technical specifications but it had a 5.6” screen that was curved.

One rumor suggests that a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor will power the smartphone or it could be Samsung’s very own processor the Exynos 7.

It is likely that in markets around the world like India, both versions will be launched, while in markets where other carriers dominate like in the United States, only one version will be launched of the phone.

Traditionally, Samsung tends to launch its new devices at a completely standalone event. However, the Galaxy S5 last year was released in a low-key Barcelona event, at the Mobile World Congress.

This year, many rumors have said that the device could be launched as soon as next month, at the CES at Las Vegas, Nevada. That said, there is no certainty it will happen.

Samsung could possibly launch the device a slightly earlier to gain a jump start on its competition. Its previous S5 was not very popular and did not sell particularly well. Therefore, the company might want to get a little edge over the competition by launching ahead of time so it is in the spotlight alone for a longer period.

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