Samsung rocked the smartphone world with the Galaxy S6 Edge some time back and now we gauge that a bigger model of this handset is under wraps, according to few leaks that we spotted online. More solid is the buzz that the Galaxy S6 variant is already trademarked by manufacture, according to a Galaxy Club report from the Netherlands. Perhaps the biggie Edge 6 could be a Note genus now.
What features can we expect?
Since there is no leaks or render even slightly hinting at anything other than the S6 Note, we expect the Plus Sized Edge story to come true soon. This device might come laced with a curved screen on lines if what we saw on the erstwhile Edge from the Korean giant. So we sniff no Galaxy Note 5 similarity here!
Last heard, the S6 Note is set to come with a gargantuan screen of 5.7 inches, according to SamMobile. Basically, you can expect a Galaxy S6 Edge like model that will come powered with Android 5.1.1 out of the box, says a SamMobile report.
Stay tuned for more information and anticipate a third quarter launch this year for the Samsung ware. Until then relax and watch out for an official line of the gigantic Edge-Note!
Samsung is riding high on Could Nine. With its latest tryst with success post-launch of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3, this is well justified. The makers have always stressed that the fabulous phablets will soon be available round the globe. But wait—recent news barely point to such a promise being kept!
The UK market might well miss the Galaxy Mega 5.8 phablet. The 6.3-inch beast could arrive in May though. Since Samsung is focusing on wider waist on its smartphone wares, the 6.3 would be a wow-er option against the Galaxy Mega 5.8. Samsung’s strategy for wider screen started with the Galaxy S4 and the anticipated Galaxy Note 3.
JK Shin, CEO and Head of IT and Mobile Business, Samsung Electronics, “We are aware of a great potential in the bigger screen for extensive viewing multimedia, web browsing, and more. We are excited to provide another choice to meet our consumers’ varying lifestyles, all while maintaining the high-quality features of the award-winning GALAXY series.”
The Galaxy Mega is a worthy lick if you are looking to kiss and caress on a larger screen but if you want your darling to be as smart as it looks, perhaps you could sniff into the Galaxy Note 2 platter.
Samsung simply cannot take things easy. Leave aside wars with competitors; Samsung seems to challenge itself with each new launch. With two hotshot devices due for launch soon the Galaxy is bound to get starrier. The stars this time are christened Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
The best part about these devices is the massive screens. May might bring in the Galaxy Mega pumped with LTE and without it. The Galaxy Note 3 could debut at the IFA this year. Before we get to touch them up close, here is a faceoff between the two.
Power to the Galaxy stars- The Galaxy Note 3 will come with the Exynos 5 octa-core processor. The Mega has a 1.7GHz dual-core processor. Just as the line is simply put, so are the marks on this count into Note 3’s kitty.
When the entrails are so strong, why would the body not be as sexy? Samsung Galaxy Note 3 would be 84.9 x 161.9 x 8.9 mm while the Galaxy Mega would come in dimensions of 88 x 167.6-x7.9 mm. The slimmer, the sexier they say—the Mega takes away the cake here.
As for the screen, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected boast of an OLED screen backed by1920 x 1080 pixels resolution coupled with 350 ppi. Samsung Galaxy Mega will come with PLS HD resolution as part of the display. Now, one reason why we pass over the cake to the Galaxy Note 3 is the “Youm” flexible spec for display and seductive Eye Scroll and Pause.
Until now, the cake from my end justifiably goes to the Galaxy Note 3– only till we drag the face off further. On the three-layered base, the Galaxy Note 3 edges past the Galaxy Mega.
It has become a legacy for Samsung fans to ponder and wonder over how their wares would be like. This time the Samsung Galaxy S IV is all set to see drapes lifted off and fans are concerned about how bright a future this gadget would have. Until now, I am hardly sure on this but read up on what other fans think on this count.
With the brand image that Samsung has built, a whopping 50.76 per cent fans voted in favor of its success. What’s more is that, most of Samsung Galaxy loyalists believe that it shall remain the undisputed leader in the Android market.
Now, on the other side of the coin, 40.21 per cent voters believe that with Sony Xperia Z and HTC One are buckling their laces tight enough to give Samsung galaxy S4 something called competition.… Read the rest