Samsung's Newest Teaser Suggests An All-Day Battery Life

Samsung's Unpacked event in Barcelona is taking place on March 1st at 6:30pm (local time). The company will announce their newest flagship at that event, the Galaxy S6, and a curved screen Galaxy S6 Edge is also a possibility. The report have been saying that both those handset are going to sport the all-metal design, and the Galaxy S6 Edge will even have a curved screen on both sides according to those reports. So, the event is still almost two weeks away, and leaks and reports keep on coming, even Samsung keeps on teasing their upcoming device(s) and raising the hype all around.

The other day, Samsung has released a teaser in which he hypes up the phone camera's low-light performance under the tagline TheNextGalaxy. Now Samsung has released yet another similar teaser, though this time the company teases the phone's great performance and all-day battery life. The phone is going to be powered by the company's very own Exynos 7420 processor built on a 14nm process, a chip which did great in benchmarks, so a great performance is kind of expected. What's interesting about that chip though, is the fact that it's allegedly 30-35% more power-efficient than the 20nm processors, so it will hopefully offer great battery life in the end.

Samsung once again didn't give us much info to go on, but they are obviously touting the all-day performance, considering this video's timelapse content. "The faster I am... the more that gets done... And the more time I can give to others," is the quote from the teaser. There you have it folks, another teaser from the Samsung factory. The company will probably release more of these in the coming days, we're still some time away from the official unveiling in Barcelona. We'll be present at the event in Barcelona and will provide you with the news from the event, so stay tuned for that. In the meantime, make sure to let us know what's on your mind as far as Samsung's upcoming flagship goes, are you excited, do you intend to buy it?

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