With CES 2015 in the rear-view mirror and Mobile World Congress in February fast approaching, one big thing on our mind is flagships. We’re expecting HTC and Samsung to come to the table with their best in the next few weeks and months, and the latter’s device seems to be leaking at a pretty steady rate as a true contender in the 2015 smartphone wars. An apparent Samsung Galaxy S6 UAProf (user agent profile) is affirming this thought for us with some sweet-sounding specifications.
The phone in question identifies itself as the Samsung SM-G920A, which is expected to be AT&T’s regional variant of the Galaxy S6. The UAProf goes on to state that the phone does not have software buttons (we’re assuming hardware buttons will be at play just as on the S5, then), it has a 2K display, and there’s a 64-bit processor involved. None of this information is new – we’ve heard it all in numerous preceding leaks – but affirmation from the usually-reliable UAProf medium is something we like to see.
As alluded to before, the S6 will probably see an official announcement during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, so we shouldn’t have long to wait before we receive confirmation about these rumors.