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Project Zero Went Through Many Designs, Now the Galaxy S6


News by Luke Jones on Wednesday December 31, 2014.

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Since Samsung's profits have tumbled the company has decided to go into a new smartphone strategy, which includes building the Galaxy S6 from scratch to appeal to consumers who were lost with the disappointing GS5. Dubbed Project Zero, it has been interesting to wonder how far Samsung is pushing a new design and just what the Galaxy S6 will look like.

An unnamed source within the company has now spoken on Reddit and shed some light on the Galaxy S6, Project Zero, and more. SamsungRep2015 said:

Project Zero is indeed a real thing. I've also seen two different GS6 Edge variants, one with the normal Youm display on the Edge, and one with dual curved edges," he said. "However, when I went to my orientation, a few weeks before the S5 came out I got to physically see the 5.2 inch version. Samsung prototypes a lot and things change extremely rapidly."

"As far as performance, benchmarks are noticeably higher but not by earth shattering amounts. Overall device responsiveness is vastly improved, and memory consumption is way down. Some build have freed over a gig of memory consumption from cold boot," SamsungRep2015 added.

"[It's] not just specs Samsung is focusing on this time around. I've heard lots of rumblings about crazy new designs (and I'm not just talking Galaxy Alpha 'redesigns' either.) Spec wise though, that all lines up with what I've seen/heard, but again there's quite a good chunk of time between now and April."

What say you, true or false?

source: Reddit

 
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