Samsung Galaxy S6 rumorsThe strongest rumors surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone.
[MUSIC] The Samsung Galaxy S smart phone is one of the most popular in the world. In 2015 we expect to see a brand new version, likely to be called the Galaxy S6, as if life with a lisp wasn't hard enough. Over on CNet we have a running list of all the rumors surrounding this yet to be announced phone. And this top five, I'll be counting down the five most solid rumors worth knowing about. Starting off at number five, the Processor. Samsung will, of course, go top of the line for their flagship phone, but it remains to be seen if they'll be using their own processor or grab someone else's. Expect either a snapdragon 810 quad core like the one found in the upcoming LG G Flex2 or Samsung's own Exynos 7420. At number four, the camera. Samsung has always outdone themselves on the camera and photo software features. This year, expect to see a substantially beefed up front-facing camera, also know as the selfie camera. Also, we expect to see optical image stabilization from the Galaxy Note. Trickle down to the Galaxy S. Coming in at number three the OS. All signs point to the S6 running Android 5.0 Lollipop. With Samsung the question then becomes how much will they junk it up with their own Touch Whiz Software? Fortunately we've been hearing a rumor that Samsung might be dialing it back on touchwiz. It could be they heard my gag reflex trigger all the way from Korea. At number two, a bigger screen. Samsung basically created the market for a big screen smartphone, and they're not about to stop now. Expect an incrementally larger screen for the S6. Possibly up to the 5.5 inches of the iPhone 6 plus. We also expect to see Samsung use their AMOLED screen technology [UNKNOWN] much of the Galaxy Note and maybe even releasing a separate version with a curve like they did with the Note Edge. Finally, our number one strongest rumor for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone, the unveiling. Just this week, they sent out the invitation to the March 1st Mobile World Congress unpacked event, featuring a shadowy outline of what we assume to be the Galaxy S6 with a curved screen. Considering that the Galaxy S5 was announced at Mobile World Congress last year, this seems like a safe bet. And hopefully, like last year, we'll see a release a few weeks later. So there you go, all the rumors worth mentioning surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone. You can keep up with all the smartphone news over at phones.cnet.com and for more top five from me top5.cnet.com, I'm Donald Bell, thanks for watching. [MUSIC]