Video displays Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge concept devices

Video displays Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge concept devices
A gentleman by the name of Jermaine Smit has produced a video showing concept versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. We've already heard some things about Samsung's next Android flagship model, including the idea that Samsung will be designing the next iteration of the device from scratch using the codename Project Zero.

Another rumor has Samsung taking the curved side panel it added with the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, and making it available on both the left and right side of the Samsung Galaxy S6. Smit's concept doesn't go quite so far, as he shows a curved side panel on one side of his Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

Smit's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both feature a 1440 x 2560 resolution screen, with a pixel density of 554ppi. They also come with a fast charger that would power up half the 2980mAh battery in 20 minutes, and completely recharges the cell in 65 minutes. The 20MP rear camera includes OIS and allows for 1080p video capture at 120fps. Dual LED flash adorns the back of the devices, and the camera records video in 4K resolution. Both versions of the phone are available in black and white.

It isn't clear whether the public is sold on the curved side panel idea yet, which is why Smit's concept has the phone available with or without the feature. In the meantime, you can take a look at the concept by clicking on the video. Remember, this is only a concept produced by one fan.  Let us know what you think about it by commenting in the box below.



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source: JermaineSmit via Androidjs.org

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