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Leaked Sprint promo gives us another look at the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
We are now just days away from the big unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S6, though really there’s not much left to be surprised about when it comes to the phone’s design. This week we’ve seen a number of GS6 leaks that indicate what the Next Big Thing will look like, but if you are still craving more, here’s a new promo image from Sprint that managed to leak its way to the web.
The promo image was leaked by an alleged “verified employee” of Sprint on Reddit, and continues Samsung’s “Six Appeal” advertising moniker that we first saw from T-Mobile and latter from Sprint and AT&T. As you can see, both the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are shown in the image, which is actually an advertisement for an upcoming Sprint giveaway promo that the Now Network has yet to formally announce. While there’s a chance that this promotion image could be fake, it certainly looks legit and it is pretty common for a carrier to create an email giveaway like this shortly after a new flagship launches, so we really aren’t seeing any red flags here.
Between the original Six Appeal teasers, the XDA-originated leaked images and this latest Sprint leak — we now have a fairly solid picture of what Samsung is aesthetically bringing to the table with the GS6 and GS6 Edge. With that said, what do you think of Samsung’s latest design language tweaks? Happy with the GS6 design, or were you hoping for an even more radical redesign?
Be sure to stay tuned to Android Authority, where we’ll be on the scene this weekend and through next week to bring you all the latest developments as MWC 2015 kicks off.