The Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone is ready to launch on March 1. This is huge news for Galaxy S users. Speculations surrounding the new flagship smartphone from Samsung have been focusing on its curves. The Galaxy S6 is rumored to come with the same tapered edge display that Samsung featured on the Galaxy Note 4 Edge last September. According to analysts, the Samsung Galaxy S6 may have two edges. It may also come with color options for users.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy S6 phone on March 1 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The company already sent invitations to the press on Monday for one of its "unpacked" events, according to the Business Insider. The press events are typically held to announce the latest products and gadgets like the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note line of phones.
Sources close to Samsung told the Business Insider that the Galaxy S6 will be made from metal. That's a departure from its previous Galaxy S phones, which were made out of plastic. There will also be a version of the Galaxy S6 phone with a curved screen, similar to the Galaxy Note Edge that was launched last year. The Galaxy S Edge will also be unveiled at the event as well.
Sammobile is reporting that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung S Edge will be available in four new color options: dark blue, blue-green, gold and white. White and gold are common colors for Samsung's flagship smartphones, according to GSM Arena. Dark blue and blue-green are obviously new colors for Galaxy S users. Samsung hasn't officially confirmed the colors, but Sammobile has been on the mark when it comes to the Galaxy S6 rumors.
The invitation doesn't give much detail about the Samsung event. But it does give users a glimpse at the rumored Galaxy S6 device. The invitation features a curved metal shape with the message, "What's next?" It's been rumored that metal will be new part of the phone's design. Samsung also plans to announce a new smartwatch with a rounded design, according to several sources.
Details of the Samsung Galaxy S6 have already been leaking way before the event. There already were several leaks about the dimensions and port layout of the Galaxy S6, according to a previous report on the Inquisitr. Case manufacturer, Spigen, accidentally leaked images of the Galaxy S6 cases with the supposed device inside. All of the alleged leaks and rumors have made it difficult for Samsung to keep news and information about the Galaxy S6 under wraps, before its official announcement.[Image: Concept Phones]