Samsung Galaxy S6 codenamed Project Zero details leaked online

Samsung is done with releasing its flagship models for the 2014, but the tech world is flooding with rumors and leaks regarding the next flagship smartphone, Galaxy S6. The time has come for the gossip mongers to start talking about the Galaxy S5 successor and SamMobile has come up with a report revealing that it is codenamed Project Zero. According to SamMobile, Samsung aims at developing its next-flagship device from scratch, to achieve something different and unique.


In a different report, SamMobile has come up with more details regarding the Galaxy S6 that should be in the early stages of development. Unsurprisingly, the next flagship smartphone from the South Korean tech giant will boast of a Quad HD display with 2560x1440 pixel resolution as the Note 4. However, the exact size of the screen remains unknown.

The device is likely to use a Sony IMX240 sensor on its back as in the fourth generation phablet and it is claimed to be either 16MP or 20MP. But, the report favors the incorporation of a 16MP primary snapper with optical image stabilization onboard with better low light performance than the Galaxy Note 4. It is said to use a 5MP front facing selfie camera as in the new launched Galaxy A-seriand Galaxy Grand Prime.

Talking of storage, it is claimed that Samsung would ditch the 16GB model and will launch the 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants of its upcoming flagship device. Anyways, there would be an expandable microSD card for those who install loads of apps and store more content on their device.

In terms of hardware, the Galaxy S6 is likely to use a new Exynos 7420 chipset with support for 64 bit computing and it would house a Cortex A53 quad core cluster and a Cortex A57 quad core cluster. There could be a Snapdragon 810 variant (64 bit) of the smartphone as well depending on the region. It is claimed that Samsung will use their own LTE modem and a Broadcom chip that will provide Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and more.

More information regarding Project Zero will keep pouring online as we get closer to the launch of the device.