The new S6 models, which go on sale in 20 countries on Friday, are expected to sell briskly following a string of positive reviews, boosting hopes for an earnings recovery in 2015.
JK Shin, head of Samsung's mobile business, also told reporters during a press event that the supply of the curved-edged variant, the Galaxy S6 edge, will be constrained for some time due to the technological difficulties in producing the curved screen model.

Samsung unveiled its flagship device S6 at Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona in March.

The smartphone have 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen that offers a pixel density of 577 pixel per inch. The devices gets world's first 14 nano meter mobile processor with 64-bit platform, latest memory technology, which the company said makes them faster compared to any other phone.

The Galaxy S6 F1.9 lenses and high resolution sensors, which is 5 megapixel in front and 16 megapixel rear cameras provide the most superior image quality in a smartphone, even in the dark, the company said. The device will run on Android OS, v5.0.2 (Lollipop) paired with 3GB of RAM.