Galaxy S6 Teased with New T-Mobile Photo

The teasers for Samsung's next big phone keep rolling out, with the latest coming from T-Mobile's CEO. John Legere recently tweeted what appears to be a photo of the upcoming Galaxy S6 smartphone, reassuring his customers that T-Mobile will indeed carry "The Next Big Thing."

Legere's tweet links to a T-Mobile webpage announcing "The Next Big Thing is Almost Here," and features a photo supposedly of the new Samsung smartphone. With two sleek, curved edges and a glowing magenta screen, the image believed to be the Galaxy S6 looks much like Samsung's Note Edge with pixels oozing over its slim sides.

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The Next Galaxy

T-Mobile's webpage also lets you sign up for email updates about about the new Samsung device, and says to check back on March 1, the date Samsung is unveiling its next smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

As the big day approaches, more teasers and leaks are likely to come. Last week Samsung released a teaser video for the Galaxy S6, suggesting the new smartphone could forgo the company's traditional plastic chassis in favor of metal and glass construction. This would make the Galaxy S6 look and feel like a more premium device and put it in the same class as the HTC One M9 and iPhone 6.

HTC itself is set to announce its next big smartphone, the One M9, at MWC, and details of the device were also leaked recently. We're excited to see these devices officially drop next week in Spain. Stay tuned for live updates.

Valentina Palladino is a senior writer for Tom's Guide. Follow her at @valentinalucia. Follow Tom's Guide at @tomsguide and on Facebook.

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  • fuzzion
    Say goodbye to those ugly bezels on phones.
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  • PudgyChicken
    I've been waiting for the S6 to come out to get a new phone, but if they don't follow through on the metal and glass construction like they talked about then I'm almost definitely going for the HTC One M9.

    It's a flagship phone. At this point if the best you can do is plastic then that's just embarrassing.
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  • valentinalucia
    I agree, I hope they go with the metal and glass construction as well. I'm looking forward to comparing the two biggest phones from MWC, the S6 and the One M9, to see which one is really worth buying now.
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