Samsung Galaxy S6 speculated to release without Qualcomm chips at heart

Samsung is speculated to be all geared to fight back Apple this time, with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Korean mobile phone maker is expecting to showcase the new S6 at the Mobile World Congress in March 2015. Meanwhile, several rumors and speculations have hit the market regarding the hardware features of the device. The highly anticipated S6 is taking the market by surprise as rumors suggesting that Samsung is not deploying Qualcomm chips tend to thicken as March approaches.

Some time back, a prototype of the flagship Samsung S6 was rumored to be imported in India for R&D purposes. The Times of India had reported that the company had sent the phone under import model number SM-G925F. Further, the imported device was rumored to be a curved variant of the model marked at a price of Rs. 44,900.

The Galaxy S6 is anticipated to be the best flagship model of all of Samsung’s devices till date. It is anticipated that Samsung will deploy its own advanced Exynos microprocessor chip in this device. Until now, Samsung had been using Qualcomm chips in almost all of its devices to manufacture the devices in huge quantities. Although it is certainly a bad news for Qualcomm, it is important for Samsung. The move comes after the overheating incident of the Snapdragon 810.

In 2013, Samsung opted to use both the Snapdragon 600 and Exynos 5410 on its Galaxy S4. While it launched the phones with the first chips set in the European, Canadian and the U.S. markets, it sold the other model in Asia and Africa. However this time, the company the company is avoiding any risks with its most awaited flagship model.

Among other features of the S6, include an enhanced fingerprint sensor, which is claimed to be somewhat like that seen in the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, or the Huawei Ascend Mate 7.