A change of trends for 2015 as Samsung designs S6 from the ground up and plans to launch it earlier than expected
Samsung let its Galaxy S6 rumors to slightly float around following the announcement of the iPhone 6 and after months of hearing about it in between whispers, we have finally got something rock solid to look forward to. If we can recall, the Galaxy S5 was announced at the MWC in February 2014 and was launched a month and a half later and for the Galaxy S6, we has been expecting the Korean giant to stick to the same launch time frame; almost if not exactly.
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But as it turns out, Samsung has decided to change things a bit for the upcoming Galaxy S6. One of the major changes is the fact that the phone has been designed from the ground up by the company and the flagship smartphone is going to be launched earlier than expected. There hasn’t been any official announcement to support this speculation, but the South Korean analysts are predicting that an official announcement might be made at the CES next year for the S6.
This view was also supported by Korean online publication known as Chosun Biz which had citations from analysts MAS (Mirae Asset Securities) who are claiming that the Las Vegas event is going to show us the S6. And the analysts are also positive that Samsung might also reveal an “edgier” counterpart, which will employ a dual-edged display.
Considering there is a lot of pressure from the rivals, Samsung is most likely going to push these two devices out in the market earlier than expected. This is also expected to put right the poor sales figure from this year and also deal with the intense competition. If we are to believe any of the predictions of the analysts, then we might just put our money 45 million Galaxy S6s throughout the next year and out of these 10 million are expected to be Galaxy S6 Edge units.