The Galaxy S6 is fast… really fast! That’s the gist of Samsung’s most recent teaser for the upcoming flagship smartphone. Not only will the device be running on the company’s own high-end Exynos 7420 chip, it’s not going to bloated with Samsung’s godawful bloatware that has plagued previous Galaxy smartphones. This is certain to increase its performance.
Not a lot of days are left before the Galaxy S6 will go official, and Samsung is continuing to tease its upcoming flagship almost every other day. A new teaser for #TheNextGalaxy has just gone live, with Samsung touting the fact that the device can get things done faster and, as a result, allow the user to give more time to others. Samsung is no doubt teasing two features of the Galaxy S6 here – the impressive performance of the Exynos 7420 SoC powering the device, and the optimized, debloated software that it will be running upon launch. Some might say that a fast processor and rumors of optimized software have always been more smoke than fire in the past, but this time, it certainly seems that Samsung has seriously worked on improving the real-world performance of its next flagship.