A new video and several images of the Samsung Galaxy S6 concept have been released in recent days. The images come as a South Korean media outlet said that the phone will be out March 2015.
Artist Jermaine Smit posted a concept video, showing the rumored S6 and the S6 Edge. These photos and the video were not posted or sanctioned by Samsung, and they’re merely an artist’s rendition.
Smit, who has done reviews of devices via YouTube, posted an image of the S6–and it looks a bit like the LG G3 but with different branding.
The concept also looks to be slimmer than the S5, but it has a much, much larger screen.
Smit also did a mockup of the S6 Edge, which is curved.
There’s been little-to-no new information about what features the S6 will have.
Earlier this month, SamMobile wrote a report, saying that Samsung will develop the S6, dubbed “Project Zero,” from “scratch” amid declining revenue and profits.
“Starting with the display, the Galaxy S6 will unsurprisingly feature a display with a Quad HD (2560×1440) display, though we weren’t told what screen size Samsung is aiming for (it probably isn’t decided yet, given how early it is in the device’s development.) The camera sensor on the S6 is the IMX240, the same one found on the Galaxy Note 4,” the report states.
Citing an “insider,” SamMobile also said that “Samsung is still deciding between a 16-megapixel and 20-megapixel camera, though it’s likely Samsung will stick to a 16MP camera with optical image stabilization, but hopefully with even better low-light photography than the Galaxy Note 4.”