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Company insider feels the Galaxy S6 will be an “innovative premium handset” with a “special function”

We aren’t certain if this is simply a case of self-advertising or otherwise, but a report from Samsung’s home country, citing Robert Yi, the company’s head of IR, suggests that Samsung intends to launch a new phone this year, which will be an ‘innovative premium handset’ with a ‘special function’. Samsung isn’t best known for innovation; experimentation is perhaps a better term to describe how Samsung goes about its business. Coming back to the report, it doesn’t really mention what phone will incorporate the innovation and the special function, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell that the Galaxy S6 (and possible an Edge version thereof) is pretty much the only big thing besides the next Note (which is a fair few months away) happening at the Samsung camps.

There’s been plenty discussed about the Galaxy S6, and of course the S6 Edge (which could be known as the Galaxy S Edge). The phone is expected to show up in a little over a month on 2nd of March; we’ll know exactly how innovative the phone is then!

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sorg
sorg

More extraordinary product – more chance to miss the point.

blublaze
blublaze

Experimentation would best describe the Note Edge, but not the company itself. Even the curved edge is innovative, just under used at the moment. You have give credits to Samsung for features they include with certain phones. Every companies try to be innovating and experiment with their phone hoping us, consumers will enjoy their products.

xpinternetsolutions
xpinternetsolutions

Samsung isn’t best known for innovation? Really?
– phablet
– S-pen
– edge
– gear VR

If this isn’t innovation what is? The last innovation by Apple was the iPad.

stev56
stev56

-gear VR is not invented by them, go check Oculus Rift
-S-pen – a PC pen there a tons of companies making ones
-phablet? really dude? it is a phone with bigger screen damn Samsung Engineers must be the Einsteins of 21st century
-edge – that something new, I give them credit for the risk

And iPad is not innovation at all go there ware Windows tablets years before iPad, selling something doesn’t make you everytime the creator.

You probably don’t give a sh*t about technology, and you are free to not, but don’t fanboy.

DaSound
DaSound

Ok, really Samsung don’t invented gearVR or S-Pen, the innovation is in the way of implementation on device and develop a complete suite of apps for exploit this technology and make it productive. A Galaxy Note isn’t only a bigger phone… normally, is the device where implement all innovations across the year, and I think that from the first version until today, has fulfilled the expectations that were expected, being the best device of each year.

Regards.

TAMAREXXE
TAMAREXXE

You clearly do not understand the word “innovation”. Merriam-Webster Dictionary: in·no·vate verb \ˈi-nə-ˌvāt\ : to do something in a new way : to have new ideas about how something can be done Innovation is not “Invention”. Both of which Samsung Engineers are pretty good at. From incorporating what you call a “PC Pen” and modifying it’s functions to work on a 5.6 inch screen in the Note in 2011, at a time when most mobile phone displays were 3.5 inches. Samsung inventions in just 2014 include 3D Vertical V-Nand used in the Samsung 850 SSD, 20nm LPDDR4 Mobile DRAM, 14nm… Read more »

adam.kirby5
adam.kirby5

Thank you for providing a comment with actual facts. I agree that Samsung have done a lot of innovating things. But they take their time doing it. We’ve had about 4 years of slow TouchWiz designs and only in 2015 are they trying to revamp it. That’s far too slow. TouchWiz should have been fixed as soon as the Galaxy S3 came out.

normldotorg
normldotorg

+1
TouchJizz sucks.