It’s been just a few months since Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930) released the Galaxy S5, but rumor mill and concept designers have already started coming up with new reports and exciting renderings of the Galaxy S6. The latest Galaxy S6 rendering comes from Edutechs.in. It shows many of the features and specs already expected in the phone.
Galaxy S6 to come with aluminum chassis
The new rendering includes a 5.3-inch FHD Super AMOLED display, 3GB RAM, up to 64GB of storage, a 21MP main camera with dual tone flash, a 3200mAh battery, and a 3 to 5MP front camera. Creators of the rendering say the Galaxy S6 would include a retina scanner, heart rate sensor, wireless charging, fingerprint sensor, water and dust-resistance.
The Galaxy S6 is likely to have an aluminum chassis. It has slim bezels, front speakers, a matte finish on the back, and a slightly curved casing. Though there have been some rumors that the Galaxy S6 would come with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930)’s own Tizen operating system, it is likely to come with the newest Android. Edutechs.in says that the Galaxy S6 may cost $950-$1,000, and is expected to be announced in March 2015.
Another Galaxy S6 concept camera boasts of HDR technology
Another concept design video released earlier this month by How To Android has a 5.2-inch Ultra HD touchscreen display. It is powered by a 16-core Exynos 8000 processor. This concept features a 4GB RAM with 128GB storage capacity. This Galaxy S6 is running on yet-to-be launched Android 5.0, and has a new IRIS scanner which was previously rumored to come with the Galaxy S5.
Camera in this rendering features HDR technology for more vivid and brighter images with a faster auto focus. It also has an Ultra Power Saving mode with an IP67 rating. The Galaxy S6 shown in the above video has a Download Boaster. Like many other Galaxy S6 concepts, this too sets the price at $799. These design renders have features and specs that would appeal to many buyers.
What do you think of these latest renderings? Would you like to see the design in the real Galaxy S6 when it’s launched, especially the metal chassis?