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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Gets Certification Ahead of Launch on 13 August

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Nearly all of you would know by now that Samsung is holding its Unpacked event this Thursday which is 13th August. At the event Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus smartphones.

The good news is that the Malaysian certification body, SIRIM, has just given the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus the certification for release. Now this confirms the rumors that the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will be released alongside the Galaxy Note 5.

The certification photo also suggests that there could be a dual-SIM variant of the handsets. This also means that there could be space for a microSD card as the second SIM slot also works as a microSD card slot.

The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will also feature a Quad HD 5.66 inch Super AMOLED display and Exynos octa-core processor along with a 3GB of RAM. Apart from this the rear camera will be 16MP while the front camera will be a 5MP.

The device is also said to come in three variants, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. Plus the device can also support wireless charging. To be sure about all the details do look at the Samsung event on 13th August.

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