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Samsung Allegedly working on multiple prototypes of Galaxy S6: One of them with curved Edge display

Samsung will be unveiling Galaxy S6 is first quarter of 2015. Since last few month we had reported that Samsung is internally calling GS6 project as “Project Zero”, which depicts that Samsung will be building GS6 with a new metal design.

Today a Samsung employee revealed some important information regarding the upcoming flagship Smartphone from Samsung. This Samsung employee is on Reddit with a name SamsungRep2015, Reddit Moderator also confirmed the identity of SamsungRep as Samsung employee.

According to Samsung employee conversation on Reddit, Samsung is working on three variants for 2015 flagship Galaxy S6. First variant of GS6 is featuring a single edge display, second variant is featuring dual Edge display, and Last variant is featuring normal youm display like earlier models.

He further said, Although Galaxy S6 benchmark tests are noticeably higher but still are not ground overwhelming. He said responsiveness of GS6 is much improved and Samsung also worked on memory consumption that’s few variants has unrestrained over a gig of memory consumption.

At the end, he said this time Samsung is not only focusing on Specs of device but also working on crazy new designs. Even though he didn't mentioned launching and release month but said he expects more from Samsung till April, which is clear indication of device won’t be released until April.

If details from Samsung employee is accurate, then we can claim that GS6 performance will be much higher than its predecessor GS5. Second point is GS6 memory consumption is reduced drastically which will eventually increase the device performance.

Do Share your thoughts below, do you think Samsung Galaxy S6 will help the Korean giant to regain its position in Android Smartphone market?   

Source: Reddit 
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