Recent reports have revealed that there’s a new variant of the Galaxy S6 Edge up Samsung’s sleeve, it’s called the Galaxy S6 Edge+ mainly because it brings a larger display as opposed to the existing flagship. Initially it was believed that this variant would be powered by the Snapdragon 808 processor instead of Samsung’s Exynos 7420 but according to a new report this handset will indeed come with the latter which will be aided by 4GB of RAM. Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both have 3GB RAM so this will certainly be a step up.
It was recently reported that Samsung isn’t going to make us wait until September for the Galaxy Note 5, instead it’s going to launch the handset next month with shipments also starting in August.
Apparently the company is doing this to hold off competition from the new iPhones which are due in September, it will also be launching the Galaxy S6 Edge+ alongside the Galaxy Note 5, which is already believed to feature 4GB of RAM.
The latest bit about this handset comes in from Vietnam claiming that instead of the Snapdragon 808 it’s going to have the Exynos 7420 hooked up with 4GB RAM, a 3,000mAh battery is also expected to be present under the hood.
Since this information comes from an unofficial source it would be wise to take it with a grain of salt for now, Samsung has not said anything on the matter.