Following the original tease of Samsung’s new flagship device, the South Korean tech company has announced that US carrier, T-Mobile, would be one of the providers of the yet-to-be-officially-announced Galaxy S6.
Posting the news on T-Mobile’s site, the network revealed a banner image of the device, showing a fair bit of what we’re to expect from the smartphone.
Firstly, and quite expectedly, it features the curved screen edge that we’ve seen on the Galaxy Note 4 Edge, as well as the rounded edges Samsung has become known for with its Galaxy range.
The back casing also looks to be a dark grey plastic build as opposed to the fake leather seen on the Galaxy S5 devices.
On top of that, Samsung Mobile’s official Twitter account also tweeted a side-on shot of the new device, giving another look at the curved edges and the thickness of the phone.
— SamsungMobile (@SamsungMobile) February 20, 2015
While this gives us a good idea of what Samsung is preparing, we’ll have to wait until 1 March for the company’s Unpacked event at the Mobile World Congress for Samsung to officially reveal the specifics of the S6.