Samsung Galaxy S6 arrives in India for R&D Purpose

Hot off the tech press, it looks as if Samsung has sent their upcoming, latest offering, the Galaxy S6 to India for research and development purpose. Galaxy S6 model number for Europe is SM-G920F, and this is the model number that can be seen on Zauba’s website. Zauba is an import and export tracking website and shows that the smartphone with the model number SM-G920F has arrived in India from South Korea for research and development purposes. This in simpler terms means that the device is in its stages of testing. This also shows that the company has almost completed the product and is checking it out and getting the glitches worked out.

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is one of the most highly anticipated devices of 2015. Also termed as Project Zero, where the company worked on it from scratch to innovate their S series flagships and then the S6 is coming in two variants: S6 and S6 Edge. The S6 Edge is reported to come with a dual-edged display, looking forward to how successfully Samsung integrates this functionality.

One aspect of the information provided contradicts with the model number given on the site and that is the device’s price which is priced at 18,938 INR, which is equals to $300. Well the S series smartphones are pricier than that, with Galaxy S5 currently retailing from $500-$550. So it does make us speculate, is it Galaxy S6? But then the price listed on the site may not necessarily reflect the smartphones actual price.

This news definitely adds some more fuel to the fire about information related to rumors about when Galaxy S6 is getting launched. A couple of reports that surfaced yesterday indicate that S6 will be launched in Q2 of 2015. Some reports that made rounds this week indicated that Samsung maybe unveiling it at the CES 2015, well it’s just couple of weeks away; let’s see if we get to see this there. So, are you excited? Do let us know what you think and are you looking forward to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.

zauba's entry for s6


Source: PhoneArena

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