With Samsung having already launched the flagship Galaxy S5, and the Galaxy Note 4 this year, it is that time when eyes turn to next year’s flagship. Just last week, the company also announced the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 smartphones, which boast full metal body design, a massive improvement over the traditional plastic materials. If you were happy with the changes, there seems to be more in store. According to a report on SamMobile, the South Korean giant has already started working on the Galaxy S6, and is codenamed “Project Zero.” Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A22 in pictures: A fancy 5G phone
The codename is interesting because the company has until now used single alphabets as the internal names for flagship devices. For instance, Project J was the codename for Galaxy S4, Project H for Galaxy Note 3, Project K for Galaxy S5, and Project T for Galaxy Note 4. According to the publication, the Project Zero codename signifies that the company is developing the device from scratch — putting lots of thoughts into the design and materials. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A22 5G review: Looks fancy, runs fast but too pricey
At the Q3 earnings, the company had pledged that it will be bringing several changes to future devices to lure in more customers. Over the years, Samsung has been known for making similar looking devices with same design pattern. The company is expected to make lots of changes in its next flagship to put it in a better position in a market jam packed with beautiful devices like iPhone 6, HTC One, and Sony Xperia Z series among others. Also Read - Samsung reveals Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 features officially, S Pen support confirmed
A few rumors surface online claim that the Galaxy S6 could be a beast of a phone featuring a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED 4K (3840×2160 pixels) display, a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor, and 4GB of RAM. Additionally, it is also expected to boast a 20-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization, and other features like a retina scanner and a fingerprint scanner.