The Korean electronics giant packs a lot of speed and multimedia features into its new phone with chips from Samsung and Qualcomm
iFixit's teardown of the new S6 shows it's not the type of phone that's easy to open or repair.
The centrepiece of the company's show at CES in January, Samsung's SUHD range is now in Australia, along with regular 4K TVs and more.
Allegedly dubbed the S6 Duo, this additional variant of Samsung's upcoming flagship phone supposedly comes packed with two SIM card slots, allowing the owner to use two phone numbers.
That's the word from Samsung mobile chief JK Shin, who says that carriers are changing their orders to request more of curved-edge smartphones.
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The new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge sport similar specs, in slightly different shapes.
The smartphone chips company also reveals plans for its next top-end mobile chip, the Snapdragon 820.
Rumors that Samsung's Galaxy S6 will launch without Qualcomm's powerful Snapdragon 810 chipset opens the door for Microsoft's first flagship Lumia to carry more sophisticated capabilities.
The company's new chip, which is based on four ARM Cortex-A15 processors, is slated for widespread production in August.