A man reacts while trying out his new Samsung Galaxy S5
IN PHOTO: A man reacts while trying out his new Samsung Galaxy S5 in Jakarta, April 11, 2014. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd estimated that its January-March operating profit fell by 4.3 percent to 8.4 trillion won ($7.96 billion) as easing smartphone sales growth continued to weigh earnings down. REUTERS/Beawiharta Reuters/Beawiharta

Samsung's Galaxy S5 has been on sale for quite some time now but reports indicate its sales have been disappointing. According to PC Advisor, this makes people look forward to what the Galaxy S6 has to offer. Can it bring Samsung back up? Will it be a killer device enough to drive off and attract back flocking consumers to competition?

Reportedly under the Project Zero, Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to pack some powerful features. SamMobile provided a detailed report previously about what specs to see with supporting evidence from AnTuTu benchmark site. For the sceen, the Galaxy S6 will come with a SuperAMOLED Quad HD display offering resolution around 1440 x 2560 pixels. This should match the 4K (2160 x 3840) technology on LG's flagship.

As for the Design and Build, French website Nowhere Else released a series of photos hinting that the next Samsung flagship could come with a single metal base plate or a full metal unibody. The Galaxy models have been under fire because they did not provide the "premium" build quality consumers expected. It is only until recently that Samsung finally found a way and released products with more or full metal components on them.

Samsung's launch of the Galaxy Alpha gave hope to the market that is moving into the metal party for sure. More importantly, the introduction of the Galaxy Note Edge showed the company's venture into dual curved displays which may also find way to the upcoming Galaxy S6.

Nonetheless, PC Pro suggested that while the images from the French website reveal a unique square frame, they do not show the cutaway section found on the Note Edge's right-hand section. This may still put the curved display in question. As with other leaks and predictions, people should take everything with a grain of salt.

According to PC Advisor, Samsung usually announces upcoming releases during the Mobile World Congress. This means the Korean tech giant still has time left allowing for changes in the design and overall components of the S6.

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