Samsung’s upcoming flagship the Galaxy S6 has been in the news in the last couple of days for one thing or the other. A few hours ago, it was confirmed that Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will indeed be unveiled at the CES, but only to a selected group of partners. The official launch will most probably take place in February or March at MWC. As the official launch is after a couple of weeks, why not just discuss, speculate and satisfy our curiosity by bits and pieces of information being leaked about it. Keep reading we do have another tid bit of info.
The French site No Where Else, released new images of the metal chassis of the alleged Galaxy S6. The new smartphone is Samsung’s ‘Project Zero’, for which the company has worked on everything from scratch and there have been reports that the new smartphone will have a metal frame instead of a plastic one, which will give the device a premium look. If the images are actually of the new smartphone, then this change is welcome and appreciated. The frame in the images show one cut for the rear camera and the other one can be for a removable battery. The metal chassis images shared today look very similar to the one shared by the site a few weeks back, which showed the frame in various stages of production. Well we will get to know whether the information shared by the site is true or not when the device officially launches. We will update you on all the latest developments regarding this smartphone.
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