Galaxy S6 specs leak reiterates 1440x2560 pixels display, Exynos 7 Octa, and a 16 MP camera
Someone careless is playing around with a prototype Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G925F), leaking it not once, but twice now in a synthetic benchmark database. The alleged Galaxy S6 model has appeared on AnTuTu once again, and the screenshot this time is with exactly a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) resolution, indicating that the eventual S6 might stick with the physical home key that has an embedded fingerprint sensor underneath the display.
This could only be Samsung's upcoming Exynos 7420, part of the new 7 Octa family, that features 64-bit architecture, clock speeds up to 1.8 GHz, and is done with the trendy 20nm process. It will eventually be paired with a tri-band LTE Category 10 modem, too.
This, coupled with the rumors for a 5.5" screen diagonal, means that we might not see any wonders with the screen-to-body ratio of Samsung's upcoming flagship, but let's not get ahead of ourselves just yet. The chipset listed is an octa-core endeavor with ARMv8 instructions set, and a Mali-T768 graphics unit.
musing between a 16 MP and an even more generous 20 MP camera sensor for the S6, but until now had no tangible proof of this soul-searching process. Well, the first AnTuTu leak had the SM-G925F model listed with a 20 MP sensor, while this one is outfitting it with a 16 MP shooter on the back.So far so good, but here we come to the strange part. We've heard that Samsung is
Also, let's not forget that there might be two versions of the S6 - a regular one for the mass Samsung fan, and a speculated experimental model with a dual-edged flexible AMOLED display, which will undoubtedly go for much more than the base version, similar to the Note 4 and Note Edge duo.
If history is any indication, we should see the S6 announced around the MWC expo in February-March, with an April release date to follow.