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Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge names and designs confirmed

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge have leaked ahead of their imminent March 1 unveiling.

We’ve seen plenty of components, rumours, renders, and even slightly fuzzy amateur photos concerning Samsung’s next flagship phone range, but this latest leak is the clearest and most official yet.

An employee of Sprint, the US mobile network, has deliberately leaked a pre-registration page for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge over on Reddit.

Not only does it confirm the two devices and their names (technically it will be the Galaxy S6 edge, with a small ‘e’), but it also features a clear picture of the top two thirds of both phones.

These are the designs we’ve already seen in previous leaks and teasers, but in a much clearer and sharper form.

The image features the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge as the prominent device of the two, and confirms its curved, wrap-around display. Again, this display is far more subtle than the single curved edge of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. We’re not expecting this one to bring any extra functionality with it.

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What it does do is strengthen our impression that this will be the most innovative, attractive Samsung smartphone we’ve seen in some years.

And yes, unfortunately it does look as if that “Six Appeal” slogan we saw in an earlier reveal is an actual thing. Never mind. Roll on March 1!

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