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Sprint Next To Release Company Colored Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge “Six Appeal” Teaser

February 23, 2015 - Written By John Anon

If your name is Samsung Galaxy S6, then it has been a busy couple of days for you. Excluding all the various leaked renders, specs and other reports emerging, the carriers have generally been quick to adopt the Galaxy S6 as their own. Well, T-Mobile and AT&T have anyway. Yesterday, T-Mobile sent out what was thought to be one of the clearer leaked images of the Galaxy S6 we have seen so far. The image did not give too much away, but did come with the rather saucy ‘Six Appeal‘ tagline. Not too mention, the image came adopting T-Mobile’s Magenta signature color and the ability to sign-up for a pre-registration for those who wanted to find out or know more about the upcoming Samsung device(s).

That said, AT&T were not the type of company to let T-Mobile steal the limelight for too long and as such, the T-Mobile image was quickly followed this morning by AT&T also releasing an identical Galaxy S6 teaser. Although, this time the same image came adopting the AT&T’s more blue color. That, of course, just left Sprint and Verizon to ‘show their colors’. Well, as you have probably guessed from the image above, this is now exactly what has happened with Sprint releasing their Six Appeal teaser. And yep, this this time adopting their signature yellow color.

Of course, without wanting the main news to get lost, besides the carriers all pushing their color scheme in these adverts, the actual adverts are in place to allow users to sign-up for the latest news and information regarding the Samsung Galaxy S6. As such, if you are hoping or planning to pick one up on the Sprint Network then you might want to hit the source link below and sign up to the now active pre-registration page. On a last note, it is also worth mentioning, that these images certainly seem to be depicting the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (or Galaxy S Edge depending on which rumors you believe) and not the Samsung Galaxy S6. Although, it is probably safe to assume the registration will cover both variants. Anyone seen Verizon yet?