The new Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to be announced at Mobile World Congress in early March, the handset is expected to hit the stores around the end of March or at the start of April.
We previously heard that Samsung had dropped the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor from the handset, and that they would launch the device with just their Exynos 7420 processor, which would be a major blow for Qualcomm.
The reason Samsung are rumored to be dropping the Snapdragon 810 is due to rumored overheating issues, although LG are launching the LG G Flex 2 with the processor, and confirmed they have no overheating issues on the handset.
Samsung dropping the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor from their new flagship Galaxy S6 handset would not be could news for Qualcomm, and could hurt sales of devices using this processor.
Now according to a recent report, Qualcomm are working on a an updated version of their Snapdragon 810 processor for Samsung to use in the Samsung Galaxy S6.
This new update Snapdragon 810 processor for the Samsung Galaxy S6 will apparently be ready for Samsung to use in March, which would allow the company to offer two processors version of the handset as they had originally planned.