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New Galaxy S6 Image Teasers Are Out, They Vaguely Hype Up Battery Life And Fast Charging

February 18, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Samsung is holding the company’s Unpacked event on March 1st as part of MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona. The Korea-based tech giant will release their new Galaxy S6 flagship at that event, while a Galaxy S6 Edge is also a possibility. Anyhow, we all know that Samsung is a marketing machine, they hype up their devices all the way before the finally release them out to the market, especially if we’re talking about the company’s high-end devices, which the Galaxy S6 definitely is.

We’ve seen a ton of teaser by the company thus far, along with a lot of unofficial leaks, rumors and reports that have been coming in for a long time now. Not even 24 hours after Samsung has released their latest video teaser, they company released two additional images which hype up their upcoming device. Both of these images are located in a gallery down below, so that you can check them out. Samsung is rather vague here, but it seems like they’re trying to tell us something about the device’s battery life. “Stop less. Discover more.” and “Get more done. Get more time.” are the taglines used in these two images. It seems like they’re trying to tease great battery life once again along with fast charging perhaps? What are your thoughts here, what is Samsung trying to say?

The Galaxy S6 will almost certainly be powered by the company’s very own Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core processor, which is also the first mobile chip built on a 14nm technology that will reach the market. This chip is allegedly 30-35% more power-efficient compared to the 20nm chips out there, so all of these battery teasers make sense. The handset will reportedly be made out of metal and will ship with Android Lollipop pre-installed with Samsung’s TouchWiz OS on top of Google’s operating system. Speaking of TouchWiz, recent reports have been saying that Samsung is going to de-bloat it before loading it up on the final version of the Galaxy S6, we’ll find out how legit that info is soon. While we wait for Samsung to launch the device let us know if you’re interested in this handset, and what do you think its specifications will look like?