Samsung Galaxy S6 Will Have Microsoft’s Preloaded Productivity Apps, Tilted Glass Sides

Samsung has started teasing its billions of fans across the globe with Samsung Galaxy S6, the much awaited flagship of the Korean tech giant. Samsung just renamed its Twitter handle to “The Next Galaxy” and posted a video. The video starts under a black tunnel and the background voice says “Unique View” and “Vision” and the video teaser ends with the sentence “I am the new Galaxy”. Recently, many reports stuck the web touting claims about the launch date and features of Samsung Galaxy S6.

Source have claimed that Samsung Galaxy S6 will have curved glass screen on both sides unlike Samsung Note Edge, with has its one side tilted. The camera of S6 will also be sensational.

Regarding the Samsung Galaxy S6 release date, an internal memo from Samsung revealed that the company is planning to call back its employees from vacations during March and April. This hints that Samsung will launch its next flagship before summer.

Samsung is reportedly ditching Qualcomm for Exynos and you can expect a fast and improved processor in the upcoming device.

Another startling report from Sam mobile has claimed that Samsung has planned to quit its own OS and preloaded apps. The company will adapt Microsoft’s apps and UI. This will be huge if true. Samsung is suffering in its sales. Apple, Xiaomi and other mobile players in established and emerging markets have given a tough competition to Samsung recently.

If Samsung pulls its preloaded apps from Galaxy S6, this would mean the end of S Health, S Note, S Voice. You can expect Microsoft’s OneDrive, Office 365(free), productivity apps in the next flagship of Samsung. Samsung is heavily changing its strategy to target the enterprise mobile users.