Galaxy S6 is one of the highly anticipated and discussed devices currently; people are looking forward to what the company will be equipping it with and what it will end up looking like. News related to Galaxy S6 in the past couple of weeks was related to mostly related to how it will end up looking like, we did see a couple of leaked images of the back chassis and its frame. Now the updates have moved to the other end of the spectrum, what the smartphone will be equipped with. Latest reports out provide us with information about what the upcoming flagship will be equipped with.
According to the latest info, Samsung is making much needed improvement in its fingerprint sensor section as well as the display of the smartphone. With Samsung’s previous devices one of the main complaints that people had was related to the fingerprint scanner, it wasn’t that the technology was ineffective, the issue was the placement of the scanner and mode of scanning. The manufacturer was making use of swipe-based sensor, but now are replacing that with touch-based fingerprint scanner as used by Huawei and iPhone. The scanner will be built into the home button just like before and the size of the button will be increased a bit. So the problem that people had beforehand of partial print registration will be resolved through these changes. Along with providing security for the smartphone the software in Samsung’s previous devices that were equipped with this functionality could also perform functions like Web sign-in, Pay with PayPal and Verify Samsung Account to name a few.
The other report is related to the display of the smartphone. Samsung will be making use of the Quad HD display (2K) in Galaxy S6. The company has already made use of this spec with Galaxy Note 4 an Galaxy S5 LTE-A, so it is logical that it will be making use of this in its upcoming flagship to which they want to prove the point to their competitors that they are still at the top their game.
Galaxy S6 is expected to unveil at the MWC in March along with its dual-sided curved variant Galaxy S6 Edge. Both of these smartphones are Samsung’s Project Zero in which the company went back to the drawing board to see on how to make their S series smartphones the best in the market. Let’s see what the company’s efforts result in. We will keep you updated on all the developments related to Samsung’s upcoming flagship.
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