Samsung plans Galaxy S6 Edge Plus smartphone

Samsung plans Galaxy S6 Edge Plus smartphone

A while ago we reported that Samsung was planning to release an ever larger version of its Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone and today we have gotten more information on this issue. Apparently, according to a new online rumor, the device will be called Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and we even have some of the tech specs of the upcoming handset.

The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is reported to have a 5.7-inch display that will have curves on both sides just like in the Galaxy S6 Edge. A week ago this same smartphone was expected to have a smaller 5.5-inch display but as you can see this is no longer the case. Then the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will run the latest Android 5.1.1 mobile OS out of the box too. This is not surprising for a flagship smartphone – after all if you have the latest hardware, you should also have the latest software.

The new smartphone is expected to arrive sometime in Q3 2015 but there isn’t a set launch date just yet. No word on pricing either.

Source: Sammobile.com

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