Samsung is one company that is known for producing innovating products. They are always pushing the envelope and trying to bring in something new to the table, last year’s Galaxy Note Edge is a proof of the company’s continual evolvement and innovation. The upcoming flagship in those terms is no different, the company looking at their falling sales graph of 2014, decided to work on the S series from scratch. Different reports suggested that the company will be launching two variants, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The Galaxy S6 Edge will be Samsung’s take on a dual-sided curved display and it was confirmed by SamMobile that the company is indeed working on this concept.
Apart from the conformation about the nifty device, we also got some information about how the company plans to use the curved panels. The Galaxy S6 Edge will have dual panels like the one seen in Note Edge and users will have the option of choosing any one of it as the main panel according to their primary hand. Samsung has added some new features too like the Glance Lightning, this feature will light up the Edge area for a notification and a call. People would be able to assign colors to their contacts, so when someone calls they would be able to identify them with the colors too.
Most probably the smartphone will be unveiled at the MWC in March. LG at the CES also showed off their take on the dual-sided curved display with LG Active Bending to a selected group of partners. So there is a chance of both companies going head to head with their dual-curved display variants. The Galaxy S6 Edge gets more interesting as more information related to it comes around. In the coming weeks we will definitely see some more developments related to Samsung’s upcoming flagship, stay tuned for all the latest scoop.
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