New Galaxy S6 cases leak, confirm what we already know!

There is more Galaxy S6 leak, folks! Our mobile giant Samsung, easily the most talked OEM right now in rumors, has lined up once again in the buzz about you-know-what, the Galaxy S6, as one more case design has leaked today, revealing what we already knew. No doubt, in a short span Samsung Galaxy S series has set a benchmark all over the world, and despite the smug of a Galaxy S5, the S6 is still one of the most anticipated devices of the year.

We’ve already seen the Galaxy S6 in leaked cases housing the LED flash and the heart rate sensor to the right side of the camera — rumored to carry a 20MP sensor, btw — and today’s leak further confirm it. Only thing distinctive about today’s leak are the rugged protective cases on display here, amassing ewill, the maker of cases, some real good publicity — this could easily be why some case makers are hellbent on leaking an upcoming phone already, for which they do get design hints from OEMs so that accessories are ready when their smartphone hits the stores.

Galaxy S6 is being talked about for its new features and specifications a lot. We’re expecting Galaxy S6 to come in two variants, the other being Galaxy S6 Edge, one with both left and right sides curved. Moreover, Galaxy S6 could feature a metal body, and similar round design on the sides, reminding us of iPhone 6.

Galaxy S6 leak

FYI, rumored Galaxy S6 specifications include an 64-bit Exynos processor with eight cores, 3/4GB RAM, 20MP rear camera and 5MP selfie-snapper on the front, along with 2550mAh battery. It’s said Samsung would finally drop support for microSD card — like most of the other OEMs, although we will miss it — and would make the battery non-removable too.

It is expected that Galaxy S6 will be official on March 1, at MWC in Barcelona. Desperately waiting to know whether all this stuff really a rumour or is a fact. Stay tuned!

Source: | Via: GSMArena


  1. The only way I make it through a whole Day on my Note 3 is with a 6400Mamp battery. Bye bye Samsung

  2. The only way I make it through a whole Day on my Note 3 is with a 6400Mamp battery. Bye bye Samsung

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