Samsung Release New Teaser Video Ahead Of MWC Highlighting Anticipation of "The Next Galaxy"

Over the past days and weeks, there has been an almost endless stream of Samsung Galaxy S6 news. It is pretty much taken for granted that tomorrow at MWC in Barcelona, Samsung will unveil their latest flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S6. It is also now pretty much expected that the will also be unveiling a counterpart S6 device, which is currently being dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Both devices are reported to be built from the ground up and as such will be a step away from their predecessors in many respects. Of course, how far that step away really is, is still unclear. Interestingly, a new video was doing the rounds yesterday which claimed to be showing both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Not to mention, also revealing a number of specs that the video makers claim to be confirmed.

Speaking of which, the rumor mill on the S6 (and Edge) has been insane since the start of this year with new rumors seemingly appearing almost every day. It seems this endless pre-MWC rumor cycle has gotten quite a few Samsung users hot under the collar. As a result (and in true promotional style) Samsung have put together a neat little video showcasing a number of tweets they have seen, regarding the rumors surrounding the S6 and S Edge devices. The video, unfortunately, does not give much away in terms of what to expect, but is certainly designed to further fuel anticipation before the big launch tomorrow. You can check out the video for yourself below.

In terms of tomorrow, if you are planning on watching the big unveil as it happens, then you will need to know that Samsung have already made the YouTube stream event page live on their channel. This will be the place to watch the event, so bookmark target="_blank">this page. In terms of when, you will need to be tuned in from 6.30pm Barcelona time. For everyone else, that means 5.30pm GMT time. For those in the U.S., you will be looking at 12.30pm for everyone on the East Coast (ET) and 9.30am for everyone more West Coast based (PT). Until then though, check out the video below and see if any of your tweets were mentioned.

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