Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Default Wallpapers Leak Before Release

MWC 2015 is almost here, and excitement is building about the plethora of devices that are expecting to be launched at this year's event. Among those devices are the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the GalaxyS6 Edge, the much rumored flagship devices from the South Korean giant. Now, as you are probably aware, there have been multiple leaks regarding the specs and designs of the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge. However, it was still missing a wallpaper leak, maybe something like the HTC One M9 wallpaper leak from @LlabTooFeR which has been in the news every day for the past week. Well, SamMobile (source link below) has finally achieved this. They today posted a leak of two of the default wallpapers on the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge.

The leak contains only two wallpapers, one from the S6 and another from the S6 Edge. These wallpapers are quite unlike the usual Samsung wallpapers which we have seen in the phones before, which is most probably a reflection of the new software design set to feature in the Galaxy S6. Samsung also has many hoping for quite a few new features which are rumored to be a part of this device, like the rumors of the S6 being made up of metal, and not polycarbonate. SamMobile has termed the leakage of these wallpapers as an 'early present' for its readers. We have added both the wallpapers for you down below, the first one being from the S6, and the second from the S6 Edge.

These wallpapers are just the default ones from the aforementioned phones, which makes this leak feel like a small one, compared to similar leaks regarding MWC 2015. However, the leak has also acted as a final sneak peek into the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge flagships, before it gets unveiled tomorrow. MWC is just about a day away, now, and with all the leaks piling up, it has become more interesting than ever. Did you like the leaked wallpapers? What more do you want to see in the new Samsung Galaxy flagships? Let us know in the comments.

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