Samsung Galaxy S6 metal frame revealed in photos

Samsung logoThe first photos of the Samsung Galaxy S6 metal frame have surfaced. Moreover, the new photos portray the frame from all angles and show the layout of its ports and buttons.

Leaked schematics of the phone suggest it'll measure just 7.2mm thick and the sides look have a carved design. At the top, there are plastic cutouts for the antennas, a secondary microphone and what looks to be a cutout for an IR blaster. The left side holds the volume rocker, while on the right there's the Power/Lock button and a SIM tray.

Galaxy S6. Pic. 1

The bottom is quite busy with a microUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, main mic and a single speaker grille. The camera is rumored to be 20MP and take a large place at the back and next to it is the LED flash and heart rate sensor.

In terms of specs, we expect the phone to pack a 5" Super AMOLED display of QHD resolution, Exynos 7420 chipset with an octa-core CPU and 3GB of RAM. The 20MP camera is coupled with a 5MP front-facing one and the phone will feature a non-swipe fingerprint sensor on the home button.

Galaxy S6. Pic. 2

Galaxy S6. Pic. 3

Finally, the source of the photos confirms the pricing scheme of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge, which leaked yesterday. The base Galaxy S6 will sport 32GB memory and will cost 749€ SIM-free, while the 64GB and 128GB will sale for 849€ and 949€, respectively. The Galaxy S Edge will start from 849€ for the 32GB version. The 64GB will go for 949€ and 128GB one for 1049€.

The Galaxy S6 will be offered in dark blue, blue-green, gold, and white. We'll know everything about the phone from the company's March 1 Galaxy Unpacked event in Barcelona.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: Galaxy S6, iPhone, Samsung, smartphones

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