Samsung Galaxy S6: A Look Into The Future
With the advent of Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung has shown us that they have more tricks up their sleeves. The future changes according to the current changes in the technology and this may be the only reason why the Samsung Galaxy S6 will become one of the best smartphones to be available. Samsung Galaxy S6 will come with top notch hardware and applications meant to make smartphone usage better.
Taking things to the imaging lines, we have seen huge variations. The Galaxy Note 3 will be the first in line of Galaxy devices to record 4K resolution videos, but with a limitation of course. Only some variants are capable of such a feature while others are still stuck with the same old 1080p. After this breakthrough, Samsung, today announced ISOCELL, one of the biggest moves by Samsung to take other manufacturers like Apple, Nokia and HTC who are currently on ultrapixel technology. ISOCELL is an imaging sensor under development by Samsung for use in next gen smartphones. It improves upon the current limitations of Back Side Illuminated Sensors and brings new features like improved image quality, better low light performance and much more. An 8megapixel camera will utilize a 1.12um ISOCELL pixel and will have a 1/4inch optical format. For a start, 8 megapixel module is enough, but for the future, in terms of Samsung Galaxy S6, a 16 megapixel module is expected with 4K recording out of the box in all variants. With 20 percent wider chief ray angle, the height of the camera module will be reduced, allowing the Galaxy S6 to be slimmer at the part as well.
Talking of other hardware, Samsung Galaxy S6 will feature DDR4 RAM, 2GB of it, also supporting it will be a hex core ARM cluster running on the latest ARMv8 which will be on 64 bit as current generation phones are coming in 64 bit. Since the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be running on 64 bit platform and Android doesn’t need rewriting of apps to convert it to 64 bit, the overall experience will be smooth. Gaming performance is an area where the Samsung Galaxy S6 will shine, since a 64bit OS has maximum memory management, but that’s an improvement only. Samsung will load the Galaxy S6 with their own custom UI with floating widgets and halo like icons. Audio is where the HTC One shines, but with the new 24bit audio technology, Note 3 do match that standards, Galaxy S6 will be having a higher bitrate audio chipset with 2 side fitted speakers for maximum multimedia entertainment. Android 5.5 is also expected, with more features and more security. Talking of which a Google Edition of the Galaxy S6 will also be released, but instead of removing some of the hardware, the only change will be pure Android™ experience.
The whole Galaxy experience will be rewritten when the Galaxy S6 comes bringing with it an updated OS and hardware running on 64bit, a new audio technology, a new and improved camera sensor with better low light performance, biometric system for security, 3GB of DDR4 RAM and hex core clusters and hex core graphics.
The only question arises, are the users ready for such an advanced device, surely the tech geeks are but the for the normal people, what do you think? Leave us a comment below.
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