Samsung Galaxy S6 Rendered by Omer Pala, Features Sonic Master Audio and Fully Metallic Body


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If you just click the name Samsung Galaxy S6, you’ll be invaded by a series of concepts, some of them with surprising designs. I can’t complain about that since the same happened with the Galaxy S5 and still Samsung had its own way. Today we give one more Galaxy S6 render, courtesy of Omer Pala, who also throws in a series of welcome specs.

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The smartphone has a Snapdragon 810 64 bit processor, a Quad HD Super AMOLED display with an atypical resolution of 3200 x 2400 pixels, plus a 4700 mAh battery. This battery would be more at home on a 7 inch tablet, rather than a phone. This Galaxy S6 concept packs 4.5 GB of RAM, a 21 megapixel camera at the back and a front 5 MP shooter. This device also includes dual speakers, placed at the back of the device, powered by SonicMaster Audio technology.

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The handset is water and dust resistant and the CPU I mentioned before runs at 3.5 GHz, which is a pretty high clock rate. Samsung Galaxy S6 features a changed recent apps button, now a button next to the volume, that allows you to close the recently opened applications. Finally, the phone comes with a fully metallic body and a premium finish. The product comes with 4 colors with metallic design and texture: pink, blue, dark gray and light gray.

What do you think?

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[via Omer Pala]

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