Saturday , October 21 2017

Samsung’s Mobile World Congress event is on the 1st of March

Samsung MWC 2015
The upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) conference in Barcelona Spain is expected to see flagships announced by several manufacturers. HTC invited press to their event on the 1st of March last month and now Samsung appears to have earmarked that date for their Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event.

The invite as you can see shows a wavy line which could be just about anything, although the Galaxy S6 is the likely candidate.

What the Galaxy S6 will feature isn’t clear but speculation is rife that the S6 will move along into the metal frame construction we’ve seen on the Galaxy A series phones, as well as partially in the recently announced Galaxy Note 4. It’s also being speculated that the Galaxy S6 will feature an in-house Exynos processor rather than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810.

We’ll soon find out, with the date coming up in just under a months time.

 
Source: tinhte.vn.
Via: SamMobile.

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Jim
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Pretty clear to me that it looks like a corner perspective of an Edge feature similar to that found on the Note Edge. Interesting.
Would love to see the manufacturer create a left handed option though, achieved by allowing the phone to work when flipped 180 degrees. Just lose the dated button at the bottom.

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