The Galaxy Note 4 has been let out on sale across numerous markets around the world only for a month and so soon Samsung appears to be working on the next flagship device. Well, we are talking about the successor of Galaxy S5 that has hit the rumor land.
The Galaxy S6 is claimed to be codenamed Project Zero and some insiders have also come up with some of the specifications that the device might pack. It is alleged that the Galaxy S6 would carry a Quad HD 2560×1440 pixel resolution as in the Note 4, but the size of the display remains unknown.
According to the details by insiders, the device will borrow the same camera from the fourth generation phablet, hence we can expect a Sony IMX240 sensor of 16 MP or 20 MP, hopefully with optical image stabilization. The selfie camera is claimed to be a 5 MP sensor likewise the Galaxy A series of smartphones.
The Galaxy S6 is likely to arrive with 64 GB or 128 GB of native storage capacity that can be expanded further and employ an Exynos 7420 SoC that is rumored to be the first Samsung SoC with 64 bit support. Of course, Exynos 5433 is capable of 64 bit computing technically, but Samsung has enabled only 32 bit support for it. Moreover, like the other Samsung flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 will also have a Qualcomm SoC variant that should be using a Snapdragon 810 chipset also with 64 bit computing.
On the whole, this information comes from a single source and there is no word from Samsung about the device. We need take all these as a dose of skepticism as it is too early to predict about the upcoming flagship model.