Samsung Galaxy S6 revealed: What a full-glass body and front speakers will mean

Samsung Norway has decided to tease out new images of the soon to be launched Galaxy S6 and boy are the images shocking.


Samsung Norway has decided to tease out new images of the soon to be launched Galaxy S6 and boy they are shocking. Before you're convinced that S6 will look like the image on top, don't worry, Samsung Norway was just taking potshots at all the rumours circulating the web about the upcoming Galaxy S6. The images released show a smartphone that is totally unique. Unique because it's so unlikely that the phone will look anything like this.

Samsung Norway has made fan-boy version of the Galaxy S6 based on the rumours that have been going around. It has mocked rumours like the full-glass body, the full frontal speakers, durability, the extendable screen, the three-sided screen and the curved display. Indeed the Samsung Galaxy S6 looks like a very odd device if any of these rumours are to come true.

Here are the photos of the 'Galaxy S6' created by the company.

Samsung Galaxy S6 revealed: What a full-glass body and front speakers will mean

The frontal speakers on the Samsung Galaxy S6.

Durability will be key to the Samsung Galaxy S6

Durability will be key to the Samsung Galaxy S6

A unique 3D screen indeed.

A unique 3D screen indeed.

The curved display of the Galaxy S6

The curved display of the Galaxy S6

Samsung S6 will have an extendable screen.

Samsung S6 will have an extendable screen.

While the 'faux' Samsung Galaxy S6 images make for a great joke by the company, rumour mills and Samsung's own teaser videos have given us generous hints about the phone.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 will have a full-metal body, there will be a version with Edge screens on both sides like the kind we've seen on the Galaxy Note Edge. It is also rumoured that the Galaxy S6 will have a 5.3-inch 4K AMOLED display, a 64-bit Exynos 7420 or Snapdragon 810 processor depending upon the country, 5-megapixel front camera, 20-megapixel rear camera and Broadcom’s new sensor chip. For a full detail on the rumours, click here.

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