In the beginning of the week, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint released their respective teaser ads for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6. Now, it looks as though a new promotional image has popped up courtesy of a Reddit user showing off the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge.
While these types of things should be taken with a grain of salt, the promotional ad does lineup fairly well with the recently leaked images of the two devices. While the image is fairly compelling, there are a couple things in the advertisement that seem inconsistent. First, the "Galaxy Edge" is presented in both upper and lowercase. While the text description notes "Edge" in uppercase, the logo towards the bottom of the ad shows it in lowercase. Also the use of "GS6" seems a bit odd. But, again, this could all be legitimate.
Now, a couple of things we do get from the ad is that the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge could be landing at carriers towards the end of March. This promotional ad also shows us that there are indeed two versions of the flagship - one with a standard display and another with a curved display. Although we won't know for sure, we will just have to wait until March 1st for Samsung's official announcement.
Source: Reddit | Image via Reddit