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New Leak Seemingly Confirms Samsung Galaxy S6 Specs

by Brandon Russell | January 15, 2015January 15, 2015 5:15 pm PST

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Snippets of information about Samsung’s Galaxy S6 have slowly trickled out over the last few months, and now mentions are popping up on the company’s own site. A user agent profile, spotted Dutch site TechTastic, highlights a device with the model number SM-G920A, which a previous SamMobile report said would be the AT&T iteration of the Galaxy S6. Beyond identifying the model number, the profile reveals the device’s screen resolution (1440×2560) and operating system architecture, which is indicated by the “base64” designation (64-bit).

As recently as December, an AnTuTu benchmark revealed what was allegedly the full specifications of the Galaxy S6, which we’ve been hearing will be a fresh start for Samsung in terms of hardware. In addition to a new approach to design, the phone will also come with some pretty incredible specs, something that’s always expected with new Samsung devices. Aside from the Quad HD display, the S6 might also sport 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a Snapdragon 810 chip.

Aside from hardware, the S6 might also sport improvements to Samsung’s TouchWiz, which even Samsung fans can agree isn’t the prettiest skin on the market. Android 5.0 Lollipop is the best (and best looking) version of Android out there, and it would be a shame for Samsung to cover it up with mounds of TouchWiz makeup.

While today’s information doesn’t share much, it does seemingly provide us with confirmation that, yes, the S6 does exist (as if that was in doubt) and that it will sport a Quad HD display. We’re expecting Samsung’s next phone to be announced during Mobile World Congress in March, so it’s really no surprise that we’re seeing mentions of the S6 pop up.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...

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