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

Samsung is gearing up for a number of releases this 2015 including the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 5 and curved televisions. As Samsung's sales have been heavily reliant on its mobile sales, the company continues to put its hopes on the line with the Galaxy S6 reportedly near its release. There are high hopes for the Galaxy S6 because of the depressing reception for the Galaxy S5. The Galaxy S5 came with decent features and impressive technical functions but the response was lukewarm.

According to recent leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S6 will come with an impressive Quad HD screen. In fact, TechTastic.nl confirms that the Samsung Galaxy S6 may come with a display offering up to 1440 x 2560 pixels. According to the report, the information came from a user agent profile found on Samsung's website. The user agent profile has been linked with model number SM-G920A. There are still contentions whether the display of the Galaxy S6 will be 5.5 inches similar to the LG G3 or some other models.

Other reported features include Quad HD Super AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 810 or 64-bit Exynos 7420 processor, 20MP primary camera, 16MP rear camera, 3GB RAM and a number of memory options. These include 32, 64, 128GB internal storage options.

The Galaxy Note 4 did well upon release thus high expectations on the Galaxy Note 5. The unit's display was also inspired from the Galaxy Note Edge model. According to Value Walk, Samsung will be releasing a follow up later this year. The Korean tech giant may be gearing up for a direct challenge to the iPhone 6 phablet but analysts claim it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact features now.

Lastly, Samsung's announcement of its state-of-the-art Quantum Dot technology in Las Vegas hints at what people can expect from the company's television lineup. More importantly, there were reports claiming that it is possible for Samsung to adopt the curved technology as well to its television sets.

Samsung has not released official details about the mentioned devices so far.

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