Samsung will attempt to cut its chief rival Apple down to size in the smartphone high-end segment, avenged the defeat it had received for the past several months and hopeful to turn the tide on its favor with the upcoming release of its very own Galaxy S6 smartphone.
A recent report has made claims that the flagship handset from the South Korean consumer electronics giant will be peppered with an assortment of Microsoft apps.
SamMobile has disclosed that Samsung will scrub out many of its pre-installed apps to make the Galaxy S6 not heavy, to accommodate versatile and useful Microsoft features such as Office, OneDrive, OneNote and Skype.
According to other speculations that are circulating on the web, the Samsung S6 is tipped to bring in three-sided spill display and the company will launch the sleek mobile device in the forthcoming Galaxy Unpacked event at the Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC) which is slated to unfurl at Barcelona, Spain.
The side display is no longer new to Samsung as it was already first incorporated with the Galaxy Note Edge smartphone that features main display curving around the right edge of the phone to pave the way for a side display for notifications and access to apps, headlines and tasks with just a single tap.
The mobile device is expected to bring back the luster of Samsung’s handsets in the market with the upcoming release of the Galaxy S6.
Industry analysts quip that Samsung is now under huge pressure to maintain its standing in the market, and it took them several months to release the Galaxy 6. This stratagem is expected to help the company eased out the pressure, ensures that the company can be able to compete toe-and-nail with Apple and its highly popular iPhones, and to prevent skidding further in in the lucrative high-end smartphone segment.