The Samsung Galaxy S6 has appeared in its first clear leak, alongside its dual-curved edge brother, the Galaxy Edge. The image above is a leaked ad from Versus, a popular South Korean case manufactuer, and shows both variants of the Galaxy S6. The left-most phone appears to be the standard Galaxy S6 without any case covering it. The phone doesn’t look radically different from past Samsung devices, though it does have a significant camera hump. It’s hard to tell, but it could be constructed from soft-touch plastic with metal edges.
The second and third phones in the image are covered by cases, but reveal that the Galaxy S6 will feature a power button on the right side of the device and a volume rocker on the left side. The two phones nearest the right side appear to be the Galaxy Edge, a Galaxy S6 variant that features dual-curved edges on the display. The curved edge appears to match up with the curved edge that we saw in Samsung’s March 1 event invite, further confirming the existence of the Galaxy Edge.
Samsung is holding an event at Mobile World Congress on March 1 to announce these two new devices. In the meantime, you can rehearse the leaked specs which include a 5.1-inch QHD (2560×1440) Super AMOLED display, 64-bit octa-core Exynos processor, 20-megapixel rear camera, 32/64/128GB storage, 2550mAh battery, wireless charging, fast charging and Samsung Pay, a new mobile payment system that’s said to work with 90 percent of existing magnetic stripe payment terminals, as well as NFC terminals.