Samsung Galaxy Note 4
A visitor holds a new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone at the Unpacked 2014 Episode 2 event ahead of the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, September 3, 2014. Reuters/Hannibal Hanschke

Apple's iPhone 6 may have been a success but Samsung is not ready to give up the fight just yet. The company has been reportedly working on the Galaxy S6 to be released sometime early in 2015. More importantly, despite the topping sales of the iPhone 6, The Motley Fool believes that there are several areas that Samsung's Galaxy S6 could trump it.

It is important to understand that while the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus have been driving enough sales, they are still well within the "upgrade" category. The report goes as far to call the series as the "mother of all upgrades."

One of the interesting points of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 flagship is the company's LTE capabilities. Apple's iPhone 6 came with Qualcomm's MDM9625 LTE-Advanced modem offering 150 megabits per second download speeds along with 50 megabits per second upload speeds.

This is 50% faster compared to the previous iPhone model. However, the Galaxy Note 4 offers more speed than the iPhone 6. Reports expect the S6 series to feature category 9 LTE-Advanced speeds. This can offer 450 megabits per second for download while upload speed is at 50 megabits per second.

Apple's iPhone 6 initially introduced the 802.11ac standard support offering better connectivity speeds. The Galaxy Note 4 has defeated both iPhone 6 devices on this account as it comes with Broadcom's bleeding-edge BCM4358 combo solution. This means that Samsung's Galaxy S6 may sport a similar or better capability.

According The Fuse Joplin, other interesting features that people can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S6 include a 5.1-inch display similar to the S5 and QHD technology. As for the chipset, Samsung appears to be trying out the 64-bit support on its Exynos while turning to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 as an alternative.

Other specs include 3GB RAM and a 20MP primary camera. Samsung has not released any official details about the S6 yet.