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    Samsung starts sending out press invitations for March 1st, hints at curved design

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    Last updated: February 2nd, 2015 at 17:51 UTC+01:00

    Press invites for an event scheduled for March 1st have finally started making rounds. The date had long been rumoured to host the launch of the next-gen Samsung flagship, i.e., the Galaxy S6. Emphasis is on curved design, as seen on the invite itself. The invite also has the words ‘What's Next' imprinted, along with a subtle mention of Samsung's yearly Unpacked event on the bottom right. Coming back to the emphasis on the ‘curve', it could be possible that instead of having another curved variant, the standard version of the Galaxy S6 have a curved design akin to the Note Edge. Of course, this is what we're speculating; we could, on the other hand, end up with two variants as well. Whatever, there's not a lot of waiting to do, so we shall know what's what soon.

    For the impatient, here's what we expect to see: a 5.1-5.3-inch screen, an Exynos 7420 SoC (and perhaps even a Snapdragon 810 version if it works out), fingerprint sensor, and up to 4GB of on-board RAM besides a 20 mega-pixel camera.

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