Samsung can’t wait to introduce to the world the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, or at least that seems to be the conclusion when looking at all the different teasers the company is sending out ahead of its March 1st announcement. In recent days, the company published a special post on its blog hinting at the Galaxy S6’s amazing camera, and releasing a matching video on Twitter teasing the same component.
Furthering its Galaxy S6 marketing march, Samsung on Tuesday detailed its wireless charging advancements in a blog post, suggesting the Galaxy S6 and other Galaxies will get the feature this year. The company has now published a second video teaser on Twitter that’s all about the phone’s power, but also about battery life.
The South Korean giant seems to imply that not only will the Galaxy S6 offer tremendous performance — something that leaked AnTuTu benchmarks also suggested in the past — but that it’ll also be able to offer longer battery life.
“The faster I am, the more that gets done,” Samsung says in the short clip. “And the more time I can give to others.”
“I am the next Galaxy,” the teaser ends, with Samsung encouraging you on Twitter to “see how [it] give more time to others” at the Unpacked event on March 1st.