After S5, Samsung is Reportedly Coming up with S6 with Revamped Hardware and Design

 

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Increasing competition, consistent user demands and turmoil on growth rates are some of the major reasons of the headaches for IT manufacturing companies. Being the sworn market leader through-out the world, Samsung has always provided upgraded and updated facilities through their devices. But as the company faced devastating 3rd quarter growth report, responsible authority has decided a time for a reality check and to make plan for the future from a zeroed point. To go with the idea, Samsung is reportedly manufacturing S6, which is also known as ‘Project Zero’ and will be launched in the next year.

After the initial negative user feedback for Samsung S5, because of its poor design, lack of metal surfaces, no new design, no QHD screen, the new S6 is likely to get revamped in terms of new design, software and hardware up-gradations. The project is named by the company itself as Project Zero, as the company looks to start afresh from the scratch for a better future.

If media reports are to be believed, the all-new Samsung Galaxy S6 is to have a 5.3-5.5 inch QHD screen with 2560X1440 pixel display and may run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 chip. This smartphone will be based on 64-bit processor and most likely to sport Android 5.0 Lollipop. With much improved processing capability, Samsung S6 is likely to provide storage capacity of 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB. The camera may have Sony IMX240 sensor just like Galaxy Note 4. According to the speculated news, S6 will power a Broadcom BCM4773 chip, which prevents the heavy battery drainage.

Being squeezed by Apple and Xaomi, Samsung has faced a steep fall in the quarterly growth rate. However the Korean tech giant is hoping to alter the situation with its innovative skill by providing newly designed Galaxy S6 with upgraded hardware and specifications for better functionality and swift access. Based on some leaked reports, the new S6 is likely to have a model number of SM-G920 and SM-G925. Samsung has launch S5 at Mobile World Congress this year in the February, so we can hope that the S6 will be launched in the next year’s event.

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