Samsung has recently sent out press invites for the Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event, where it is expected to unveil its next-generation flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S6 (and possibly its curved screen variant). The launch event teaser image points towards a curved screen on the Galaxy S6, though no one really has correct information about the design of the device. However, we now have information about the color options that Samsung will offer to the buyers of the Galaxy S6. According to our insider, the Galaxy S6 and its curved screen variant will be offered in four colors: dark blue (similar to the Galaxy A series), blue-green, gold, and white.
Out of the four colors, blue green is something we’ve not seen on existing Samsung handsets, while the dark blue color will be similar to the one on the Galaxy A5 (which looks extremely premium with a mix of dark blue and black colors on the back and front). Gold and white are pretty much standard fare for current Galaxy flagships. For anyone hoping Samsung would start offering more funky colors, it’s clear the company is not obliging, but as long as the S6 is as awesome as we’re expecting it to be, that shouldn’t be a noticeable issue.
After a series of leaks and rumours, it is largely understood that the Galaxy S6 will feature a 5.0-inch or a 5.2-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, Exynos 7420 SoC with a 64-bit octa-core CPU, Mali-T760MP6 GPU, 3GB or 4GB RAM, 32GB ROM, a 16-megapixel or a 20-megapixel primary camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and LTE Cat. 10 connectivity. It will also come with a touch-based fingerprint sensor, and have an Edge screen variant that could possibly have a display that curves on two sides.