Samsung Galaxy S6 variant arrives in India for R&D purpose

Samsung’s upcoming flagship has been in the news almost every day for the last couple of days. News related to how the device will look like to it presence at the CES has been circulating. Reports out today confirm that a new Samsung device has landed in India for R & D purpose. The device was spotted at the Zauba website, which is an import/export tracing site. The website describes the device as ‘prototype phone similar to Galaxy NOTE 4/ SM-G825F’. The only upcoming smartphone that we know will look a bit similar to Note 4 is the Galaxy S6 Edge. The only reported difference between the two models is that the Note 4’s variant Note Edge had a one-sided curved display and the Galaxy S6 Edge will have a dual-sided curved display.

As the smartphone arrived in India on 3rd January for testing, it suggests that it is not yet ready for mass market production and that could be one of the reasons that Samsung is not unveiling the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge at CES for the public. At the site the device is priced at 44,909 INR which is approximately equal to $710, this is not the actual price of the device, that aspect will be confirmed when the device launches, which will probably happen in February or March.


Source: SamMobile

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