The rumor mill has mostly been focused on HTC and its upcoming One (M9) flagship lately, but today we’re shifting out focus to Samsung.
An image leaked to CNET Korea claims to show both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy Edge, a version of the Galaxy S6 with two curved displays. In the image above, the fourth and fifth phones in this image appear to show two different sides with edge displays. The image was shared by “sources at South Korean distributors of Samsung Electronics’ handsets.”
Meanwhile, ZDNet Korea claims to have been told by Samsung sources that the Galaxy Edge will have two edge displays and that it’ll be made of aluminum.
This leaked image doesn’t reveal much about the Galaxy S6’s design, but we can see that its rear flash has been moved to the side of the rear camera rather than beneath it like in the Galaxy S5. We can’t see the Galaxy S6’s front, but it’s been suggested that it’ll feature a new body that’s developed from scratch.
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Edge are expected to debut on March 1. What features would you like to see from Samsung’s newest flagship Android hardware?