Samsung will reportedly benefit from the release of the Galaxy S6 in more ways than one.
Samsung's Electro-Mechanics subsidiary (SEM), which makes its camera modules (among many other things), is supplying the phone with a 20-megapixel optical image stabilization-equipped snapper, reports Korea's ETNews.
And the Samsung Galaxy S6 will launch in March, the site seems to say; SEM will apparently see growth in the first quarter of the year, and the S6 is reportedly launching "a few weeks earlier than originally planned."
That's by no means clear cut, but if the site's data is correct then it seems we could see an announcement in early March around MWC 2015 - which would come as no surprise at all.
Meanwhile there's more and more evidence that the Galaxy S6 will use a Samsung chip instead of the Snapdragon 810 - oh, and the rest of its specs apparently leaked as well.
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