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Is this the Samsung Galaxy S6 in all its glory?

Unlike HTC, Samsung has done a pretty decent job of keeping the Galaxy S6 under wraps ahead of Sunday’s Unpacked event at MWC… until now.

Just four days before the firm takes the wrappers off its next-gen handset, a leak artist appears to have revealed pictures of the S6 in all its glory.

In a post on the XDA developers forum spotted by the Mobile Bulgaria site, the leaker claims to have obtained access to a pre-production version of the device via US network AT&T.

Judging from the photos, the device has a glass front and back and metal sides and it’s clear this is the standard version of the S6, given there display does not curve around the edges.

The pictures obviously show a test unit as there’s a ‘not for sale’ stamp on the back and a strange series of dots on the front of the handset.

The home button appears to be larger and slightly rounder, while the rear camera module appears to protrude somewhat.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5: Why you’ll want to upgrade

Whether this leak is of an earlier model that may have undergone design changes since remains to be seen, but this appears to be the clearest look yet the S6.

You can check out the leaked images below.

Galaxy S6 leak

Galaxy S6 leak

Galaxy S6 leak

Galaxy S6 leak

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