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Four Samsung Galaxy S6 colours to be available at launch

Four Samsung Galaxy S6 colours will be when the phone launches next month, latest reports have suggested.

With Samsung widely expected to introduce its eagerly awaited Galaxy S5 follow-on ahead of MWC 2015 in March 1, the quad collection of S6 colours have made a premature appearance.

Amongst this four-way colour palette will be an all new blue-green option, SamMobile’s unnamed insiders have reported.

While the green-blue hue will be a new addition to Samsung’s line-up, the remaining trio will be familiar to existing Galaxy handset owners.

According to the latest leaks, the four Galaxy S6 colours will see a gold model join white and dark blue offerings.

Given this is a leading line of flagship phones, however, don’t expect the new devices to have such simplistic names.

Past Samsung phones have been dubbed everything from Electric Blue and Shimmer White to Purple Mirage and the tantalisingly named Brown Autumn.

Related: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date

Colour options aside, there have been a number of Galaxy S6 leaks in recent weeks.

With latest reports suggesting the upcoming device will drop to a HTC One M9 comparable 5-inch form factor, it has been claimed the phone will benefit from a 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD resolution display and an octa-core Exynos processor.

Further S6 features tipped to make an appearance include a 20-megapixel primary camera, a new metal design and a reworked TouchWiz UI.

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