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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge leaked again and it sure looks pretty

A new gallery of renders, apparently showing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in all its glory, have appeared online just 48 hours before Samsung’s Unpacked event at MWC 2015.

The leak comes via CNET’s Korean site and claims to show the dual-edged handset from multiple angles.

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The rather official-looking renders match up with the teaser images Samsung has posted, and the latest leak which showed the S6 alongside the S6 Edge, which suggests they may be the real deal.

Posted on Friday, the images appear to confirm the long-held belief that Samsung will build on the Note Edge release by curving the display around at both edges.

The camera module is also another feature worth noting as the protruding module may confirm suggestions Samsung has a larger sensor in store for the S6 range.

The leak comes ahead of Samsung’s long awaited event on Sunday night. The company will launch the Galaxy S6, while a new set of Galaxy Tab S-series tablets are also expected to be on the agenda.

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The S6 Edge is likely to be available in shorter supply than the other devices in the range, given its experimental form factor. However, if today’s leaks prove accurate demand to snare one could be extremely high.

We’ll be reporting live from MWC 2015 on Sunday evening so be sure you join us for all of the announcements as they happen. We’ll also endeavour to get hands-on access at the earliest opportunity.

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