Today’s afternoon news are all about Samsung! It seems the company is having some fun with its latest teasers as leaks keep coming through.
Are you ready to see what’s next from Samsung? We all are, as you can notice from our onslaught of Galaxy S6 coverage. There are rumors and leaks coming left and right. Some of them make sense, some of them are confusing and some are downright crazy. Samsung knows this, so they have decided to have some fun and release some unique teasers.
These teasers actually over-exaggerate the rumors we have been seeing lately. They mock rumors of dual stereo speakers, durability, multiple-sided displays and flexible displays, among other things.
Opinion: It’s only 3 days before we get to see the real deal, so let’s just stay tuned and see what Samsung has for us. You can have some fun with the images below, though!
We have all been wanting to see how the Samsung Galaxy S6 actually looks. Samsung gave us a pretty clear teaser not so long ago, but more proof is always welcomed. Today we are getting some pretty good images from an XDA user who claims to have an AT&T variant of the Samsung Galaxy S6.
The first images displayed the device under a bubble wrap, but other images show the device much more clearly. You cans ee the front, back and sides. There are no curved edges or side displays, and the phone does look a bit rough, which makes us believe this is some form of demo or test unit. It does look like it has that solid metal frame, though.
Opinion: Other than the metal surrounding the device, the unit looks much like any other Galaxy S smartphone. Where are the huge changes in design? Oh well… I guess it’s still a good improvement.
We know Samsung will be all about its new smartphones at MWC, but will they announce anything else? A new benchmark seems to prove there is a new tablet in the works. The gadget at hand would be a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 of sorts.
The benchmark seems to prove it will be quite a good contender, carrying a 1.9 GHz octa-core Exynos 5 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, 7MP/2MP cameras and a stunning 9.6-inch 2048×1536 display.
Opinion: Not a bad tablet, if the rumors prove to be true. I think it’s about time to see some new Samsung tablets, wouldn’t you agree?