The Samsung Galaxy S5 is currently available in four different colors – charcoal black, copper gold, electric blue, and shimmery white. So what about the Samsung Galaxy S6? What kind of color options might we be able to expect? It seems that just like the Galaxy S5, Samsung will be offering up four different color options.
According to the folks at SamMobile, they have heard from their insider that the Galaxy S6 will come in four different color options that will be dissimilar to what Samsung offered with the Galaxy S5. It will be available in dark blue, blue-green, gold, and white. Interestingly enough there is no black option which seems to be the default for most brands.
The exact hue or shade of these colors remains to be seen and it will also remain to be seen if Samsung will turn to the use of a textured back like they did with their more recent handsets, although earlier rumors did suggest that the phone could pack a glass back. Either way we are hoping that these color options will end up looking good.
Samsung is expected to announce their next-gen flagship smartphone at MWC 2015. The company has recently sent out the invites to their event at MWC which will kick off on the 1st of March, so do check back with us then for the details, but in the meantime be sure to take all of this with a grain of salt.