Samsung’s first Galaxy S6 teaser video focuses on its camera

Here come the teasers. Photo: Samsung

Here come the teasers. Photo: Samsung

Samsung has begun teasing its much-anticipated Galaxy S6 ahead of an Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress on March 1. The short video focuses on the handset’s camera, which Samsung says will be the best it has ever released in a Galaxy S smartphone.

“Great vision. A unique view. That’s what inspires me,” the narrator says as we see cryptic shots of bright lights. The video follows a blog post from Samsung earlier this week in which the South Korean company promised “amazing pictures” from its next flagship.

Rumors have promised us a 20-megapixel rear-facing camera for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, which will take larger a sharper photos than the 16-megapixel camera inside the Galaxy Note 4. Users will then be able to enjoy their snaps on the handset’s super-sharp Quad HD display.

We’ll likely see more short clips like this one from Samsung ahead of its Unpacked event next month, but don’t expect them to give too much away about the new devices. Their specifications have already been leaked, and we have a good idea what they’re going to look like, but they won’t be officially confirmed until March 1.