The User Agent Profile of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G925A) spotted in the wild

The User Agent Profile of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G925A) spotted in the wild
Just yesterday, the User Agent Profile of the Samsung SM- G920A, which is widely-believed to be the upcoming Galaxy S6, got caught on Samsung's own website. It seemingly confirmed most of the rumors that we had previously heard about this flagship, namely the QHD display and the 64-bit chipset that will probably make the rounds.  

Well, today another user agent profile got spotted on Samsung's own website once again. It's rolling under the SM-G925A and is speculated to be the model number of the Galaxy S6 Edge, the rumored unorthodox version of the Galaxy S6 that is expected to come with a Note Edge-like cascading display on the side(s).

Apart from the similarities in the model names, SM-G920A and SM-G925A, both UAPs (naturally) come with pretty similar hardware specs. We are, once again, dealing with a Quad HD display and a 64-bit chipset of unknown make (due to the rumored overheating issues of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, Samsung might fully resort to its own Exynos 7420 silicons and only put the SD810 in a "small" batch of S6 versions.

The arms race on the market is about to get quite heated in 2015, as some China-based manufacturers already one-upped the specs ante with monstrous hardware specs - there is not one, but two devices projected to come with a Snapdragon 810 in the following months (the G Flex 2 and the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro), and not one, but two smartphones to don 4GB of RAM (the Asus ZenFone 2 and, once again, the Mi Note Pro). A cascading Edge screen will allow Samsung to set itself apart from the competition.


source: Samsung Mobile via Mobinfo.nl (translated)

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