All sorts of rumors have been popping up about Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6, in recent weeks. There have been claims that it will have a fully metallic body, and others saying that it won't; it's been said to have a 5.5-inch display, and another report claimed that a 'dual-Edge' variant will also be offered, with a screen that curves around both sides of the handset, similar in concept to the Galaxy Note Edge.
Thankfully, you won't have to endure all the speculation about the Galaxy S6 for much longer, as Samsung is preparing to officially unveil the new device in just a few weeks.
As Vietnamese site Tinhte first reported, Samsung is now sending out invites to a 'Galaxy Unpacked' event to be held on March 1, just ahead of the Mobile World Congress trade show. The company has recently refreshed many of its low- and mid-range handsets, and the timing lines up perfectly for an official announcement of the Galaxy S6.
Some may find the teaser image a little frustrating, simply because it tells us so little about the new device. The softly lit and gently sculpted silhouette of the device has certainly piqued our interest, but on the question of what exactly we're actually looking at here... well, your guess is as good as ours.