Samsung Galaxy S6 once again tipped to come in two flavors this march, escorted by a round smartwatch
Some time ago we told you that Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S6
, will probably launch in two different variations
- a regular version and another one with a cascading screen on the side(s).
Surely, these speculations fall in line with the company's trend with the launch of the regular Galaxy Note 4
and the similarly-spec'd Galaxy Note Edge back in September, both of which don a slight taste of metal.
The newest round of speculations about the upcoming crop of Samsung devices once again corroborates with the rumors that we might get treated to two Galaxy S6 versions indeed. According to Business Insider, Samsung is prepping itself for not one, but two important devices at the upcoming MWC event.
One of them (probably the regular one) will likely come with a unibody metal design (which we might've already caught a glimpse of), though the rumored variation with a side-cascading Edge screen is totally shrouded in mystery at this point.
It's also said that Samsung will probably release a new smartwatch at MWC, but this time, it might be completely round, à la Motorola Moto 360 and LG G Watch R.
Samsung is said to be developing the Galaxy S6 from the ground up, as there are quite a few flies in Samsung's ointment at the moment. That's why Sammy simply shouldn't start off the wrong foot in 2015 if it wants to retain its leading position.
This is how the Samsung Galaxy S6 might end up looking like, as per recent rumors
source: Business Insider