Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Will Be A Bigger Brother Of S6 Edge

Posted: Jun 14 2015, 10:07am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will be a Bigger Brother of S6 Edge

Samsung might launch a bigger S6 Edge and name it S6 Note

Rumors have been going on for a while now regarding Samsung working on a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus smartphone. As the name implies, this was intended to be a bigger version of the company’s current flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has been rumored to feature a 5.5 inch screen complimented by dual curved edge display.

It has been known by the codename Project Zen or as Project Zero 2 by Samsung internally. Now, new rumors are pointing out to the fact that it may be sold the Samsung Galaxy S6 Note. The decision for such naming appears to be odd as it feels like Samsung is trying to remove the fine line between its Galaxy S Series and its Note Series. Bear in mind, that Samsung has filed an application recently for the trademark of the ‘S6 Note’.

One could assume that the trademarking of the name could simply be a move by Samsung to protect itself from other manufacturers who could have used the name ‘S6 Note’. Or it could imply that Project Zero 2 Phone could become a reality sooner than we thought. More rumors have filled in since and these now point out to a 5.7 inch display along with the dual curves. Operating system is tipped off to be Android 5.1.1 at launch (the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system at the moment). Launch is rumored sometime in the third quarter, more specifically in the July-September window.

Considering that Samsung will not want to jeopardize on the spotlight of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 which is expected this September, chances are we will witness the Samsung Galaxy S6 Note way before that.

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