Galaxy S6 to debut March 2nd at MWC


Last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) at its own Unpacked event., which has become a norm for Samsung. This has been the case for past iterations of the ‘S’ series as well, so its no surprise that the latest rumors have the Galaxy S6 being debuted at the same trade show this year.

According to The Chosunilbo, Samsung will indeed take veil off of what many expect to be the best ‘S’ series device to-date. The Galaxy S6 is expected to top the spec-chart with 3 GB of RAM, QHD display, and feature a Exynos 7420 processor. On top of that, it will feature an all-new touch-based fingerprint sensor and reportedly have a dual-edge display variant.

More and more news about the Galaxy S6 keep emerging and it has many people on the edge of their seats. Samsung has stated that they have started the S6 from scratch, so it’ll be interesting to see what they have for us come March 2nd.

Source: The Chosunilbo | Via: SamMobile



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