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The smartphone battlefield isn't what it used to be, and you can't get better by going bigger when everyone else is now the same size. In the same year Samsung dropped the Galaxy S5, Apple finally made its way into "phablet" territory (even though Steve Jobs warned against it) by releasing the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in September. From that point on, anyone who wanted a large-screen phone had the chance to dance with Samsung's rival on the floor they once dominated. Apple ended up tying with Samsung in their share of the global smartphone market during the last quarter of 2014.
But it gets worse. Chinese company Xiaomi is blowing up overseas thanks to its copycat iPhones that run for a fraction of the cost of almost anything else available, and they've chipped away at the lower-end smartphone market that Samsung was in control of.
Samsung has its work cut out, and there's a lot riding on what they have up next: the Galaxy S6. Here's everything we know about what might be in store for their upcoming smartphone.