While we're waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S6 to show up this quarter (hopefully around the Mobile World Congress) we're treated to the latest leak.
The User Agent Profile for a SM-G920A has been found confirming some of the details we're keen to know about the device, prior to launch. We didn't really expect anything different but the UAProf confirms the 1440x2560px (QHD) screen resolution of the device.
What's interesting about the leak is the CPU information. According to the user agent profile the Samsung Galaxy S6 will use an ARM11-based chipset, which is hard to believe since this is a very old architecture (we're now at ARMv8-A while ARM11 is ARMv6). What's more is that ARM11 is solely 32-bit and there's no mention of 64-bit anywhere in the UAProf.
The upcoming Samsung flagship is expected to come in two versions with the company's first 64-bit Exynos 7420 and a limited in numbers Snapdragon-powered version (similarly to the Galaxy Alpha) - so this UAProf may refer to some test model with pre-release hardware or that the CPU listing will be changed in a later time.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 in the UAProf is expected to be the US-heading AT&T model.
Thanks for the tip!
I guess you didn't test thoroughly , if you test with Dead Pixel Test, use the blue screen and let me know if you see any icon mark, because I had S, S2, S3, note, note2, note3, all had the mark after a year of use.
yeah, tell me that I had s2, s3, s5, note, note2, note3, all had pixel burn in status bar after a year of use, you can test with Dead Pixel Test from the apps store, try the blue screen. the you tell me if you dont see anything.
AMOLED beats LCD on all the important measurements. Turn an LCD/IPS screen on with an image of pure black, in a pitch-black room, and notice that the black is not really black. It is an off-gray. It makes your eyes tired. IPS strains your eyes. LCD/I...