updated - November 20, 2019 Wednesday EST
After the biggest smartphone from Apple was released and Xiaomi's market share continuously increased, the Korea-based company is now badly bruised. Because of this, Samsung is badly in need of a savior that could turn things around. To be able to do it soon, the tech giant might push Samsung Galaxy S6 release date on an earlier date.
Reports have already said that the upcoming Galaxy S6 might be released next year, but to be able to stop iPhone 6 Plus craze, Samsung may want to push the launch date earlier. Also, the Asian tech giant can also take advantage of the recently launched Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Google's newest operating system is currently creating positive raves and surely consumers are on the wait for the next high end smartphone that will have the latest system. To be one of the first phablets to have the Lollipop, which is currently in Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, Samsung needs to slate Galaxy S6 on an early 2015 release date.
While the upcoming smartphone's release date still remains a mystery, Samsung has been mum about it, the high end phablet's specification is reportedly leaked. Galaxy S6, codenamed "Project Zero," is reportedly the best Galaxy smartphone from the Korea-based giant.
It has been clear now that consumers prefer a more sophisticated handset. Because of this, Samsung will reportedly make S6 a metallic built smartphone that can go at par with iPhones. The upcoming Galaxy S6 will also feature a QHD screen with 2560 x 1440 resolution. Display size is not revealed yet but it will surely be bigger than S5's 5.1-inch screen.
Samsung is also reportedly torn between a 16MP and a 20MP main snapper but its camera sensor will be the same IMX240 that can be found in Galaxy Note 4. The Korea giant will boost its selfie cam to 5MP camera and the storage options will be 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Performance wise, Galaxy S6 will be powered by the latest Exynos 7420. It is a 64-bit with four Cortex-A53 and four Cortex-A57 cores that can assure ultra fast processing. The tech giant is also rumored to have its own in-house LTE modem which will replace Intel modem that is currently inside most of Samsung devices.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S6 will still be having the brand new Snapdragon 810. This new chip is meant to be trend for high end smartphones next year. If Samsung will be able to have an early release date for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6, it will be one of the first handsets to have the powerful chip.
Stay tuned for more news on Samsung Galaxy S6.
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