Besides the extra curved edges on both sides of the Galaxy S6 Edge, and the 4GB of RAM, both models are expected to feature a 1440 x 2560 resolution screen, a 20MP rear-facing camera and a 5MP "selfie" snapper up front. Both models are also expected to sport a metal build, a non-removable battery, and the octa-core Exynos 7420 CPU under the hood.
Recently, we told you that issues with the Snapdragon 810 chip overheating would lead to Samsung stuffing its home grown silicon into 80% to 90% of the first batch of Galaxy S6 units to roll off the assembly line. But recent talk that Qualcomm would ship the chip on time to LG and Xiaomi might change the actual percentage of handsets powered by each processor.
We should know what is going on for sure in March during MWC when the Samsung Galaxy S6, and possibly the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, are expected to be unveiled.
via: Webtrek.it (translated)