Samsung fans, mark your calendars, as new reports suggest that the company will be unveiling their new flagship on 2nd March. The day also marks the start of the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, and like every year the company sticking to tradition will be unveiling the next smartphone from the Galaxy S series there. There were speculations about that but one never known when a company decides to deviate from that plan, Samsung reportedly has already shown Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge at the CES to a selected group of partners and MWC will be the first time the public will get to see these devices.
Samsung’s Project Zero is the company’s bid to show the consumers and the competitors that they still are at the top of their game. For the upcoming flagship, the company reportedly has changed the design and will be producing it in two variants. The Galaxy S6 Edge will be a dual-sided curved variant and the information that we have to date point to interesting software changes for the curved pane use. Apart from that the company plans to use the Exyons processor because of over-heating issues with Snapdragon 810 chipset and will be equipping it with a 4GB RAM, obviously they cannot let the competition out beat them, Asus ZenFone 2 and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro is already making use this feature.
Samsung’s upcoming flagship is getting more interesting by the moment. With the MWC just a couple of weeks away we will definitely get to know more about the company’s Project Zero in the upcoming days.
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