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Is this what the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will look like?

A concept video has given us our best look yet at what Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 Edge will look like.

The video, produced by 3D artists Ivo Maric and Jermaine Smit, shows off CGI renders of both the Galaxy S6 and its S6 Edge sibling.

The designs are based on the smorgasbord of leaks we’ve seen in recent times, including recently revealed static renders based on case designs.

So what’s notable in the new video? Well for starters, both phones are effectively identical, except that the S6 Edge mimics the Note Edge in terms of display technology.

It’s also interesting to note how far out the camera housing protrudes, much more so than previous Samsung handsets.

This is likely because Samsung has reportedly gone to great efforts to reduce the thickness of its new handsets’ profiles.

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are also expected to boast optical image stabilisation, which would add further size to the camera module.

There were also four different colour variants on show, namely black, white, cream, and green.

Related: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date

The devices are also tipped to carry 5.1-inch Super AMOLED displays with 2560 x 1440 resolution, a custom-built 64-bit Exynos chip, and Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Both phones are expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 1, as part of Samsung’s Unpacked event.

Check out the video below:


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