Project Zero: Samsung Galaxy S6 will look nothing like what you’ve seen before
In times of hardship and now dwindling fortunes, struggling to keep it’s ego in shape, Samsung Mobile will pitch the iconic design of it’s Galaxy S series (which is also shared by all Galaxy devices as well) for something else that will look quite different when building the Samsung Galaxy S6 that will debut by next year.
The total design overhaul comes at a time when Sammy’s high-end smartphones’ sales have peaked, and have reached a state where the only movement it could make is going downhill.
It is known that the Samsung Galaxy S5 was produced under the codename Project K while the Note 4 phablet was assigned the Project T moniker. Reports coming from the Samsung camp suggests that the Galaxy S6 will be made under an umbrella called Project Zero, meaning the look of it’s successors will be scrapped and and a whole new design used by now.
It’s not clear if the Samsung Galaxy S6 will use metal just like recent Samsung flagships like the Galaxy Alpha and Note 4, and even the newly released midrangers of the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 whose backs are entirely covered in metal.
Now that it’s clear that the critics have gotten to Samsung, let’s really see how the biggest phone producer will respond. Keep in mind that the latest reforms you are seeing is a result of the switching of the design staff crew at Samsung Mobile recently.