Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S Edge during its keynote address in March coupled with the launch of the Galaxy S6 handset. Today, a couple of patent images from Samsung’s filing might have revealed what the company’s next curved display smartphone might look like.
As rumors in the past have suggested, it is shown that the device has curved edges on both sides. This very design was rumored to be used with the Galaxy S Edge before, so the USPTO filing has popped up at the right time. However, patent filings don’t necessarily mean that a smartphone is in the works, so we’ll reserve judgment until we have something conclusive on this.
The Galaxy S Edge would probably be a smaller variant of the Galaxy Note Edge which broke cover in September last year. Apart from the shrink in size, the device should feature an almost identical hardware specs sheet as the Galaxy S6.
From what the rumors have told us, we’re expecting to see a 5.2 inch QHD display, a 20-megapixel camera, an Exynos 7420 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and Android 5.0 Lollipop with some new TouchWiz tricks on this handset. We’re guessing the Galaxy S Edge will have some exclusive features for the Edges, much like the Galaxy Note Edge.
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Via: Techno Buffalo