Could the first specs for Samsung’s next flagship phone have leaked?
Good work SamMobile, which got the scoop on the details for the inevitable Galaxy S6.
Apparently “Project Zero”, as it is being called internally is a plan to reimagine the phone from the ground up – presumably due to an increasingly hostile reaction to Samsung’s poor design.
Anyway, the S6 will apparently feature a “Quad HD” display running at 2560×1440 (That’s 4x720p, not 4x1080p, for those keeping count), and either a 16 or a 20MP camera. The front camera looks set to be 5MP. There will also – if SamMobile is correct – be a 64 bit processor for the first time, which would require the device to be running (unsurprisingly) Android Lollipop.
If this sounds exciting, given Samsung’s upgrade cycles it’ll still be a while before the phone is in our hands – we should probably expect it around April or May next year.