T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere has given the world the clearest look at Samsung’s Galaxy S6. The CEO confirmed that the Magenta carrier will indeed be carrying the Galaxy S6 on its network and linked to a page on T-Mobile’s website, which gives us a clear look at the handset’s side profile and its curved display.
As previous reports had indicated, the Galaxy S6 does indeed come with a curved display, but unlike the Note Edge, the curve is less pronounced. The image, however, fails to confirm if the display is curved from both sides or not. It also gives us a glimpse at metal shell of the device and the relatively less bezel surrounding the display on the front.
— John Legere (@JohnLegere) February 23, 2015
Reports have indicated that the Samsung will ditch Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor for its own Exynos processor, and the company is also looking to optimize TouchWiz on its latest Galaxy to make it as smooth as a Nexus handset.
The Galaxy S6 is looking to be the best Galaxy that Samsung has unveiled in recent years, especially after the disappointing Galaxy S5.
Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy S6 on March 1st at MWC.
Update: AT&T has also posted a similar image of the Galaxy S6, though the display is emitting the carrier’s blue color. The teaser image also says ‘Spring 2015’ at the bottom — indicating the timeframe as to when Samsung’s latest flagship will be making its way to the United States.