Samsung Galaxy S6 Rumors: Dual-Screen, Health and Fitness Functionality and More

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Plenty of rumors popping off of the Rumor mill this morning regarding the Galaxy S6. Today we're hearing a few different rumors in regards to the Galaxy S6. The first one is that Samsung might be releasing multiple backs for the Galaxy S6 with Camera lens attachments. Which sounds very intriguing. We've seen all kinds of lens attachments for smartphones, we've even reviewed a couple. But to see Samsung actually sell them will be interesting. Samsung does have a camera division – remember the Galaxy NX, and the Galaxy Camera? So it's not like they couldn't make these attachments themselves.

The next rumor is Extended S Health. According to Sammobile, it looks like you'll be able to measure blood sugar with S Health on the Galaxy S6. That's in addition to all of the other features that S Health already provides, including checking your heart rate, measuring your steps, measuring your calorie intake, etc. As if that wasn't enough, you'll also be able to upload these to the cloud, so your doctor can monitor you. Which is pretty cool actually. Samsung is also working on sports equipment, like bikes, to work with S Health. So Samsung is looking to take their Health and Fitness approach to the next level, which I really like. Getting fit is something a company like Samsung could really push.

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Next up is the fact that Samsung wants to give you a YotaPhone 2. You might remember YotaPhone. They are the ones that have the dual screen smartphone. With an AMOLED display on the front and an e-ink display on the back. It may not be as customizable as the YotaPhone 2 is, but it'll definitely be better on battery for reading on your smartphone.

How many of you are excited for the Samsung Galaxy S6? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below.

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