Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S6 is set on creating waves with every news that comes out related to it. Just ahead of the CES, the fact that the Samsung Galaxy will indeed be making an appearance at the event was confirmed and yesterday new images related to the metal chassis of the smartphone leaked. With any flagship there are always a lot of speculations as to what is going on, what will be new and when will it be launching. With Samsung’s latest smartphone, people are looking forward to what as the company dine with their ‘Project Zero’, what are the new changes and to what extent has the company experimented and enhanced the specifications.
SamMobile has just hinted that the Galaxy S6 Edge, the dual-sided curved variant maybe launched as a limited-edition. By limited-edition the company means that it will produce only 10 million Galaxy S6 Edge. Samsung may have taken this decision because with this smartphone the company is experimenting with a dual-curved display and they may want to check out how the consumers receive this modification. Apart from this it is a smart marketing tactic as well, creating a hype among consumers that a product will be produced in limited numbers, making people flock around stores to get their hands on it. With 10 million pieces being produced, rest assured you will be able to get your hands on it, just stay updated on when it is launching near you.
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be unveiled at the CES, but for a select group of partners, so the public will most probably get to see both of these in February or March at the MWC. In the meanwhile we will keep you posted on all the latest developments, stay tuned.
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