Samsung Galaxy S6 to be on display at CES2015, but privately and to a few
Some interesting news. It seems that Samsung Galaxy S6 will be shown during this CES in Las Vegas, but only certain people will privately be allowed to do so. A methodology that is not exactly new, but is being used.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 has received much anticipation. Its code name Project Zero exemplifies that it wants to renew itself in style, but the numerous leaks have so far appeared to be false.
Samsung Galaxy S6 is close but will not officially arrive during CES2015
Behind the scenes in the technological world many people come and go and it is normal in such a large venue and so close to the date of the S6 that a few prototypes or even final units can be displayed. According SamMobile, a website dedicated to the world of Samsung, the smartphone will be shown to certain people from the scene.
The specifications for the Galaxy S6 could include a QHD Super AMOLED screen, Android 5.0 Lollipop with TouchWiz and is said to be built from scratch to avoid the lag from previous versions that has been criticized.
It will also have LTE Cat 9 or 10, a Snapdragon 810 or Exynos 7420 processor and 3GB of RAM. For the multimedia section it would have 16MP camera. As if these features don’t seem like much, it also said to come in a Galaxy S6-style curved version similar of the Samsung Galaxy Edge.