Teasers Bring First Official Images of Samsung Galaxy S6



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Both Samsung and T-Mobile have been teasing the Samsung Galaxy S6, bringing us the first official (limited) images of Samsung’s next flagship.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere posted a tweet confirming that the company will be carrying the phone on their network. He also included with the tweet something much more interesting – a link to a teaser site that gives us our first look at the new phone. That image, which we’ve posted above, very much confirms that the new device will have a curved edge display.

T-Mobile doesn’t offer any more details, but Samsung has now also tweeted its own image, one seen below, that gives another view of the device.

The phone will be revealed fully on March 1st.

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Source: The Verge


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One Response to “Teasers Bring First Official Images of Samsung Galaxy S6”
  1. crescentish says:

    And, as usual, it will be crap – great hardware with good system – ruined by bloatware and crapware of the size of Manhattan. That’s what Samsung does every time.

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