Photo of Samsung’s latest product, the Galaxy S6 has been leaked on Twitter just a week away from the officially unveiling.
Photo of Galaxy S6 leaks on Twitter
T-Mobile CEO tweeted a photo of the new Galaxy S6 which will be unveiled on Monday, March 2 in Barcelona.
The photo was leaked by Chief Executive Officer and President of T-Mobile US, John Legere who confirmed the authenticity of the new product.
John Legere tweeted out a link to pre-order page on his company’s website, which included an image of the device.
Another report that has been confirmed is the curved display on both sides of the phone.
From the photo, the rear case appears to be metal which is a move away from the tacky plastic and fake leather by Samsung.
According to reports, the processor inside the Galaxy S6, which will be a Samsung designed and built chip, the first time we will have seen that on a flagship device in Australia.
The new chip is said to deliver 20 per cent faster speed and use 35 per cent less battery than the Galaxy S5, with both extra battery and speed welcome additions.
The Galaxy S6 will be officially unveiled on Monday, March 2 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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