Samsung is building the Galaxy S6 from scratch
Samsung Galaxy S5 didn’t quite turn out the way we thought it would and after it failed to get the amount of popularity which was expected out of it, Samsung has began working on what might be its backup plan. The successor is already in the pipelines now and in no time we might start having loads of leaks about the Galaxy S6. Sammobile has revealed that a prolific tipster, who seems to be a reliable source and always has accurate information about the unannounced devices of Samsung, has revealed the company’s plans to build the Galaxy S6 from scratch and this precisely explains why the phone is going to be called Project Zero.
Some unknown sources have also suggested that the phone is already in its early stages of development and because of this they can’t really reveal any specifics details on the specs. It is usual for Samsung to make use of codenames such as this one and in the past it has worked on the Project J for Galaxy S4, Project H for Galaxy Note 3, Project K for Galaxy S5 and Project T for Galaxy Note 4.
However, this Project Zero seems to have a different approach altogether. We are also suspecting that Samsung is definitely working towards designing and building something unique and completely different. And this would be something good for the company since it would help to cover up for the failure of the Galaxy S5.
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