Samsung Galaxy S6 Could Be Unveiled at CES 2015

You would normally expect Samsung to announce a new entrant in the Samsung Galaxy S series between February and May. Well, that has been the trend so far. However, there are surfacing rumours of Samsung Galaxy S6 seeing the light of the day earlier than usual this time around. Considering the poor performance of the Galaxy S5, they certainly make sense.

Analysts from Mirae Asset Securities (MAS) predict that the Samsung Galaxy S6 could be revealed to the world some time between 6th and 9th of January. It is worth noting these dates match the time period when Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas. These expectations by the Korea ­based company have been made part of a report in a Korean online publication.

Samsung Galaxy S6 could come with a 5.5 inch display, 20MP rear camera and 3GB of RAM and be revealed in early January

If one is to believe these rumours, there is also every chance of the curved display version making an appearance with the Samsung Galaxy S6. Analysts at MAS also believe that Samsung would be looking to sell estimatedly 45 million units of the next Galaxy S smartphone. They went on to state that 10 million of these units might well be the Edge variants. Talk about forecasting futures.

It is worth mentioning at this point that these are only just rumours with no official word by Samsung to complement them. Speaking of rumours, the S6 is expected to come equipped with a 5.5­inch QHD display, 20 megapixel rear snapper along with 5 megapixel front facing camera, Exynos 7420 Octa­core processor, 32GB internal memory and 3GB of RAM. In the face of tough competition from nearly every manufacturer, the Galaxy S6 is going to have to be a home run. Let’s see if Samsung can deliver.

  • When theSG6 will have released, Propakistani will make a news like this, “Rana Junaid Ahmed Becomes First Officially Sold Samsung Galaxy 6 Owner in Pakistan” :D #FutureHistorical

      • google should think seriously about this ram issue with their os. how can a mobile os require more than a gig ram. WP is better i guess but i haven’t used it yet.

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