Rumours surround the Samsung Galaxy S6 have been flooding the internet, and a new rumour is claiming that the smartphone will allow users to attach optional rear covers that offer various functions.
The news comes to us courtesy of Polish-speaking Android.com.pl. According to its sources, the Korean tech giant’s next flagship will come with optional rear covers that offer various functions. One would be a sensor that monitors blood sugar levels that syncs with Samsung’s S-Health app. Another would have an E-Ink screen that would function as an eBook reader or show information in black and white, which will be beneficial in conserving battery life. Another would connect to fitness equipment, doubling as a digital fitness trainer. Yet another is a cover that is also a detachable camera lens that enhances the smartphone’s imaging capabilities. These are examples of what these rear covers can do. Samsung is said to be planning to give developers access to functionality, which means even more features.
Of course, since we can’t confirm if the report is accurate, take this with a pinch of salt.
We’re sure to know more about the subject at MWC 2015 in early March, where the Korean tech giant is expected to officially unveil the Samsung Galaxy S6.
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