Samsung will reportedly unveil Galaxy S6 and Tizen-based smartwatch at MWC 2015

Samsung is speculated to announce its smartwatch and the Samsung Galaxy S6 at the Mobile World Congress 2015. Codenamed “Project Zero,” Samsung Galaxy S6, as well as the Samsung round dial smartwatch, is soon to be officially announced.

Samsung is speculated to unveil the smartwatch at the MWC event in March this year. Apart from this, the company is also anticipated to introduce two versions of its flagship smartphone at the same event.

The model is believed to support an aluminum unibody frame. According to the import data for the website Zuaba, the handset has arrived in India and is currently undergoing some tests.

The import data highlighted that the company has shipped a smartphone model SM-G925F. The website also informed that the company had set a price tag of Rs. 44,909 at the time of import declaration.

Further news about the device suggests that the phone has been imported to India from South Korea to go through various stages of Research and Development. It resembles the Galaxy Note Edge, which had a curved screen display, the site revealed.

The other technical specifications of the Galaxy S6 that are known suggest that the phone would have an ultra HD 4k display. Regarding the storage of the phone, it has been informed that it will have a 4GB RAM.

Apart from this, it will have both, a rear, as well as a front-facing camera. The rear camera will offer excellent picture quality using a 20 MP camera whereas the front camera will be 5MP. In addition, the smartphone will feature Broadcom’s latest sensor chip.

The South-Korea based company is also speculated to launch a round dial smartwatch at the event. According to reports, the smartwatch has been codenamed “Orbis.” It will be powered by Tizen OS.