Feb 27 AT 10:05 AM Alex Wagner 4 Comments

New Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge promo image leaks ahead of March 1 reveal


The past week has been filled with Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge teasers and leaks, and now we’ve got one more to cram in before Samsung’s event.

A new image that’s said to be a Sprint promo for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge has leaked. Posted to Reddit by a user that’s listed as a “Verified Employee” of the big yellow carrier, the image is for a giveaway that’ll award one of six Galaxy S6 devices to folks that share their email to learn more about Sprint’s GS6 launch plans.

While still unofficial, the devices shown in this promo image look a lot like the GS6 and GS6 Edge that leaked earlier this week. That includes the placement of the earpieces, sensors, metal bands, and the three-sided display of the GS6 Edge.

Thanks to the various leaks, rumors, and teasers that’ve surfaced lately, we’re starting to get a basic idea of what the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be about. I’m sure Samsung will have more to share at its event on March 1, though, like exactly how users can take advantage of the Galaxy S6 Edge’s two edge displays.

Via: Android Police

Source: Reddit

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  • Richard Yarrell

    Samsung is technology period nothing else matters.

  • Bart

    When I think innovation, I think of changes that truly bring beneficial changes. For instance, a new shell on the body of a car is not innovation. The introduction of alternative power for vehicles is innovative. When I think of TV, various sizes of cathode ray tube (CRT) screens was not innovation. However, the introduction of a completely new technology (Plasma, LCD) are true innovation. Now, as much as I love Samsung (my last 4 or 5 phones have been Samsung), a curved display is little more than lipstick on a pig. IF (and it seems to be an ever-growing BIG IF) Samsung ever comes out with the scroll or truly flexible-folding phones, that will be close to truly innovative. Why do I see those as “truly beneficial changes?” Because a smaller form-factor makes it more portable, whereas, when functionally needed, it can be expanded into phablet “plus-sizes.”

    • Dee

      I see some of the things your saying, I love Sammy as well. I just think the things they are doing now are what others will try and claim later that their being innovative ie (APPLE!) It’s like all the stuff Sammy places in their devices you may not use but theyre there of you ever will, Where as other devices will finally catch up and add one or two of Samsung functions and say Theyre doing something new! Love Sammy and Im behind them….JJuussttt PLZ Sammy tone down the bloatware,LOL.

      • SGB101

        As the tech had now matured, all the devices have merged to the centre ground, so now we have evolution rather than revolution.