We’ve already heard a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S6 in the past few weeks. Not too long ago, we heard that Samsung is testing multiple prototypes for its upcoming flagship device, one of which could offer a curved screen, and it could be a limited edition device.
Recently, an alleged Samsung device, believed to be the Galaxy S6, with a model number SM-G925 landed in India for testing purposes.
Although the listing doesn’t specifically mention the Samsung Galaxy S6, but it mentions the device to be a prototype Samsung device similar to Note 4, and carries an extremely high price tag of INR 44,909 and suggests it to be a high-end device.
The alleged Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to feature a QHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 paired with 3GB of RAM and possibly a 20.7MP camera.
There’s no word about its existence from Samsung, and there won’t be any until the handset is officially announced. Rumors suggests that Samsung may show off the prototype to partners at CES 2015 this week, but as we said before, take it with a grain of salt. We’ll update you if any other information comes up.