The Galaxy S6 is probably almost here, but there’s still plenty of time for more rumors and speculation. Today, a fresh report out of Korea claims Samsung will bump the RAM to a whopping 4GB, at least on some variants of the upcoming Samsung smartphone.
The jump from 3GB to 4GB of RAM could make for an even more fluid experience, especially when multitasking. Samsung laid the groundwork for this shift with a new chip unveiled back in Dec., so it’s no surprise to hear that the Galaxy S5 could take advantage of the new technology. The South Korean company won’t be the first to launch a 4GB smartphone though, coming in second to Xiaomi’s recently announced Mi Note Pro.
The Galaxy S6 is expected to make its debut in early March at Mobile World Congress. Beyond its 4GB of RAM, the device could also pack a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, a 20-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel secondary camera and either a Snapdragon 810 processor or Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 chip. Rumor has it the company will also unveil a Galaxy S6 Edge with a curved display that slopes down on both sides, though that may arrive a bit later.
TechnoBuffalo will be covering MWC 2015 live from Barcelona. So stay tuned for the latest news from Samsung and all your favorite phone-makers starting in March.