Samsung might launch the Galaxy S6 and a round-dial smartwatch at the MWC 2015

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Samsung’s ‘Project Zero’ code-named device, the Galaxy S6, will most probably be announced at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2015, which will be organized in March this year. According to the report published by the Business Insider, Samsung will be releasing two variations of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6 at the event, just like the Galaxy Note 4.

As revealed in the leaks earlier, the Galaxy S6 will come with an aluminum unibody frame. It is suspected that the device had reached Indian shores for testing purposes, as an import data website, Zauba, informed that Samsung is working on a smartphone with the model number SM-G925F.

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According to the website, Samsung announced Rs 44,909 as the price of the product for the import declaration and the phone has been imported from South Korea for Research and Development purposes. The alleged device apparently sports a curved screen display like the Galaxy Note Edge. The Galaxy Note Edge comes with a curved screen on one side for easy notifications and updates.

In terms of the specifications, the Galaxy S6 is rumored to have an Ultra HD 4k display, 4GB of RAM and a whopping 20-megapixel camera. A rumored specs list for the S6 unleashes that the phone might sport a 5.3-inch 4K AMOLED display, a 64-bit Exynos 7420 or Snapdragon 810 processor (depending on the country it is will be selling in), 5-megapixel front camera, and Broadcom’s new sensor chip.


Moreover, along with the Galaxy S6, Samsung could also announce a round-dial smartwatch. According to the report by SamMobile, the Samsung smartwatch is codenamed ‘Orbis’ and will be released at the MWC this year. The smartwatch will be based on the Tizen OS.

Keeping in mind that the Galaxy S5 didn’t receive a welcoming response form the users, Samsung must be having its fingers crossed for the success of the  Galaxy S6. As of now, it remains a mystery that what will Samsung pack in with the Galaxy S6 to make it stand out.

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