Samsung Unveiling Galaxy S6 at CES?

The rumor mill in tech-town never dies down, there is always something going around. Well this time around Samsung’s next year smartphone unveiling schedule is in the news. Reports that surfaced yesterday from Korea suggest that Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S6 and its variant the Galaxy S6 Edge at CES (January 6-9) in January. Previously Samsung has never unveiled any smartphone at the CES , but maybe this will change this time around. Maybe they have decided to shake things a bit and see what their move results in.

Samsung is definitely pushing the envelope with Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The S6 Edge variant is going to have a dual-edged curved display, which was first seen in the Samsung Note variant, Samsung Note Edge having a one-sided curved display. This development sounds promising, who doesn’t want to try out something unique. Both the devices will be equipped with a QHd 2560 x 1440 display and Snapdragon 810 processor, a 16/20 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera. Apart from that the smartphones will be equipped with Android’s latest operating system the Lollipop 5.0 and Broadcom’s new sensor ship BCM4773.

2014 for Samsung has been a little bumpy, which is reflected through the lackluster sales. The move to unveil the Galaxy S6, also called ‘Project Zero’, where the company has reworked on their latest offering from scratch, this move of early unveiling could be part of a strategy to gain edge over its competitors and start the year with on a good note by bringing out a solid smartphone. Usually Samsung unveils the S-series smartphones at MWC (Mobile World Congress), and what we have till now are speculations about the early launch. Well the CES is just a couple of weeks away and it would be interesting to see whether Samsung sticks to their old schedule for launches or decides to do something new for 2015. What do you think when will Samsung launch the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge? We will keep you updates on the latest developments regarding the company’s plan for 2015.

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  • Jules PulpFiction

    They should drop the Galaxy S line completely, and start a new line to keep current customers happy and at the same time attract new customers seeking something new.

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