Samsung Galaxy S6 appears in a render unofficial

Samsung Galaxy S6




With the imminent arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S6 are followed increasingly rumors more or less reliable. The last of these to peep doing shouldered with the "main rival" comes directly from the authoritative British site PhoneArena, it was posted a rendering of what, most likely, will be the actual appearance of the future flagship of the manufacturer Korean.

From this we can see that the Galaxy S6 will have an all-aluminum body as well as the power button on / off and that the volume rocker. Adding fuel to the fire we thought Robert Yi, a high-ranking executive of Samsung, which acquired the Korean media that will be used in the future range top quality materials and will include a "special function".

Samsung Galaxy S6 render unofficial



Regarding the latter there is no information that you mention it, while the render (which we reported above) would seem to confirm the words of the leader Samsung as ascertained indirectly the use of abundant high-quality materials in the construction of the Galaxy S6 . He also reassured all future buyers of this device will not be encountered problems found so far in the devices that used the same materials.

While Robert Yi reassures everyone that the next top range of Samsung will be free of construction problems, the other Chang-Hoon Lee says that with this device the Korean company will strengthen its leadership, thanks to a highly elegant design extremely thin and SuperAMOLED display.


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