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Samsung Not Making Galaxy S6 Edge


News by Luke Jones on Friday December 12, 2014.

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Samsung has been oft rumoured to be going back to the drawing board with the Galaxy S6, the company's next flagship smartphone that is arguably its most important ever. It?s true that Samsung will redesign the S range and will pack it with the best specs, but one much rumoured handset, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, is not being made after all.

The Korean company launched the Galaxy Note Edge back in September, the first ever smartphone with a folding screen it was unveiled alongside the Galaxy Note 4. It was widely believed that Samsung would do a similar thing with the Galaxy S6, release an Edge version as well as the normal core flagship. However, reliable Samsung tipster, SamMobile, claims that the S6 Edge actually doesn't even exist.

The website says that while Samsung is already preparing a special version of the Galaxy S6, it will not be an Edge. What it will be is unclear, but we're willing to speculate a device with a different use for a folding screen maybe, or a normal and 64-bit version of the handset? SamMobile does not go into too much detail, although they did get told that the prototype for the special smartphone does not have an "Edge" style screen.

The Galaxy S6 has been subject to a couple of benchmark leaks over the last week, revealing the handset to be a barnstorming performer. The S6 gets a 5.5-inch 2K Quad HD screen, an octa-core Exynos processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 20 megapixel rear camera, Android 5.0 Lollipop, and more.

source: SamMobile

 
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