Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Samsung's Galaxy S6 might skip on the Snapdragon 810 ,March 2nd launch date rumored

Samsung has started to drop its all plastic image with the introduction of the new Note , Alpha and E series of metal banded smartphones and apparently they are doing a really good job for now , While Samsung was busy making new metal , their competition has also gone a step further and finally smartphones today are starting to look like well polished and capable handsets compared to their predecessors from a year back , that being said Samsung has not forgotten its flagship S series and that too is said to get a metal frame in the next iteration -the Galaxy S6 .

According to a Bloomberg report , the next Samsung flagship is said to pack the latest heat in the smartphone game , but sadly that heat might also be a factor in what processor the phone might pack as Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 810's are said to have overheating problems . Samsung - a company that basically makes everything has its own in house Exynos Octa (4+$ Cortex A57 and A53 core) processors that might replace Qualcomm as the standard SoC in many markets until Qualcomm gets their stuff together (Snapdragon 815?) ..Samsung has already invested $15 billion in expanding their fabrication of Exynos processors so its highly likely that most Asian models will have the Exynos version even if they opt to use Qualcomm . The rest of the phone specs include 4GB of Ram , a QHD Amoled display and Android 5.0 out of the box . The Galaxy S6 smartphone is rumored for a 2nd of March launch date .


Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - AndroidAuthority

Bloomberg

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