Samsung To Introduce 5.5-inch Galaxy S6 Plus In Coming Weeks

It looks like Samsung is hard at work on a new handset referred to ‘‘ Galaxy S6 Plus,’ inside understood by the codename Job No 2. The original Galaxy S6 smartphone was provided the Task No moniker among Samsung workers, and it appears like this strange device might essentially be a bigger version of the popular Galaxy S6 Edge that launched together with the Galaxy S6.

Rumours have been distributing for rather some time concerning Samsung actively dealing with a project known inside as Job Zen. Nevertheless, this most current reveal seems to recommend that the South Oriental giant has shifted focus on the codenames and renamed the construct to Task No 2, which is a reference to the codename provided to the original Galaxy S6 flagship. The existence of this internal project appears to recommend that the early speculation was undoubtedly true although it appears like certain parts of the specs have actually been misinterpreted.

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The purported device is said to come equipped with a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED dual-edge rounded screen that showcases the very same “wraparound” aesthetics as the existing Galaxy S6 Edge. The 32GB of internal storage will be gone along with by a hex-core Snapdragon 808 processor. Project No 2 will also include a 15-megapixel rear electronic camera module with a forward-facing 5-megapixel offering for those selfie loving individuals.

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Although the speculated device steps in at the same size as the soon-to-be-announced Galaxy Note 5, the 2 devices shouldn’t be puzzled against one another. The Note 5 is a completely separate device that, unlike the reported Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, will certainly ship with the S-Pen and will certainly not have the curved screen at both edges.

The initial report suggests that Samsung is preparing itself inside to officially announce the device under the Galaxy S6 Plus moniker in the coming weeks. For those who are still crazy about the future of the Galaxy Note 5, the exact same report suggests that “Project Noble” is still on track for an IFA launch with its Super AMOLED flat display and octa-core Exynos 7422 processor.

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