Dec 01 AT 1:06 PM Evan Selleck 4 Comments

Samsung’s ‘Galaxy S6′ is coming, along with a ‘Galaxy S6 Edge’ variant


At the start of November, early rumors broke regarding Samsung’s next flagship within the Galaxy lineup. With a codename of “Project Zero,” the device is rumored to indicate that the manufacturer is going back to the drawing board for its next big thing.

Now, according to a new report published on Monday by SamMobile, more details regarding Samsung’s future plans have come to light. The report claims that the next flagship within the Galaxy S lineup is going to be called — wait for it — the “Galaxy S6.” Unfortunately, there is not a lot to go along with this little bit of information. It’s still believed that Samsung will shove a bunch of high-end specifications into the Galaxy S6, and going back to the drawing board could mean the newest flagship has a brand new design aesthetic.

However, that’s not all. While Samsung is reportedly planning on cutting back smartphone releases in 2015, this report also claims that the company has a Galaxy S6 variant already in the works: the Galaxy S6 Edge. According to SamMobile, this device will feature some kind of curved display, and it could very well have the same implementation that we saw from the Galaxy Note Edge, which was announced and released in 2014.

Would you buy a Galaxy S6 Edge?

Source: SamMobile

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  • pekosROB

    Samsung Oct/Nov 14: We will try to trim down our line of phones to make more money.

    Samsung Dec 14: We will have an S6 variant. We need more phones to fill in our gimmick devices.

    In all seriousness I think it’s pretty cool but not worth the extra cost. And accessories (like cases) might be a bit more limited than the non curved edge variant.

  • Bart

    I’ll probably wait until EOY 2015 to see what the new Note-series brings. I’ve gotten so spoiled using the S-Pen that as long as something like the Note continues, I’ll stick with it. Speaking of the S-Pen and note taking, although the Note has an OK script-to-text app, I recently installed MyScript Notes ( I had been using MyScript Calculator for while but didn’t notice the company had another offering.

  • minceyfresh

    Samsung, for the love of all that is good, PLEASE DO NOT put a Quad HD display in this thing.