A few days ago, Samsung released its first teaser video for the upcoming Galaxy S6, which was all about the handset’s camera, and the company has just tweeted its second of such videos. This time the video is all about speed – I think.
Again, we aren’t treated to any sneak peeks and there aren’t any features mentioned by name. However, it’s almost inevitable that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will boast cutting edge processor technology come its release. Samsung recently announced a revised, more energy efficient 14nm Exynos 7 Octa, which would be right on the “speed” message of the video. Similarly, if the reduced bloatware rumors turn out to be true, the Galaxy S6’s software may also be leaner and nippier this time around.
— TheNextGalaxy (@SamsungMobile) February 17, 2015
Earlier today, Samsung also talked about future support for multiple wireless charging standards. Although the Galaxy S6 wasn’t mentioned by name, the post heavily suggested that the S6 would be one of the company’s first handsets to feature support for multiple wireless charging technologies.
After the first video, we are also pretty sure that camera technology will again be an important feature in the Galaxy S6. Samsung’s executives have promised intelligent camera technology and the company recently published an infographic about the evolution of its camera technology.
What do you think about the latest teaser? Are you excited to see what the Galaxy S6 has to offer?