An enormous and seemingly final list of what we can expect to see inside Samsung's Galaxy S6 model has been published, which, if true, should tell us if it's the phone to put Samsung's flagship smartphone series back on the right track or not.
BGR's source says the Galaxy S6 is powered by a 64-bit eight-core 14nm CPU that ought to run 50 per cent quicker than the brain of last year's S5, allowing it to output to its 5.1-inch display at quad HD resolution -- and generating an immense pixel density of 577ppi.
A 20 megapixel camera with optical image stabilisation sits around the back, according to the leaker, accompanied by a forward-facing 5MP unit so Samsung can endlessly bang on about "selfies" during the launch event. A 2550mAh battery is perhaps the only disappointment, as that's pretty small compared against the units stuffed inside some of Samsung's competitors -- although the claimed built-in wireless charging ought to make filling it up a little less tedious.
Externally, a "metal and glass" chassis is promised once again, which ought to help Samsung's designers get the look and feel of the hardware closer to Apple's iPhone than ever before. [BGR]