Samsung’s Galaxy S6 has fallen victim to a comprehensive new leak, with benchmark results apparently delivering the inside line on what to expect from the Korean company’s 2015 flagship.
A screengrab from benchmark tool AnTuTu, leaked in China, appears to show that the Galaxy S6 will come packing a 5.5–inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel display, a hefty 3GB of RAM, a 64-bit octa–core processor and 32GB of on–board storage space.
There also looks to be a 20-megapixel camera around the back and a five megapixel effort up front, with Android Lollipop keeping everything ticking.
Of course, such early rumours should be taken with a pinch of salt, but it seems specs–wise, Samsung is readying itself to throw the kitchen sink at the competition.
The real selling points, though, could be the S6’s design and build quality.
Samsung’s new, all–metal Galaxy A series points towards a new design for its flagship phone, much–needed after the plasticky stylings of this year’s S5.
The Galaxy S6 is not expected to launch until spring 2015 and may appear under a new name entirely after Samsung was said to be planning to rebrand its higher end devices.