Galaxy S6 back covers may bring more functionality

Galaxy S6 back covers may bring more functionality

The release date of the new Samsung Galaxy S6 is getting closer every day so we will be hearing more and more news and rumors on the expected device. Now there is an interesting new rumor ā€“ the Galaxy S6 smartphone will come with a special connector on the back that will bring support for multiple covers. In case you are not impressed ā€“ well, these covers will add more functionality to the device.

For example there is a back cover that can measure blood sugar levels and then it can send this information to the S Health app. Another cover is said to bring support for an E-Ink display that will allow users to read e-books without draining the battery and a third one is said to allow users to connect lenses to the camera of the Galaxy S6. Unfortunately there is no official confirmation of this Galaxy S6 feature.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to arrive on March 2, 2015. The device is very likely to have a curved version as well.

Source: Ubergizmo.com

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