Spigen Leaks The Front Of The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Before Official Unveiling On March 1st

In the last 24 hours we've seen a few leaks of the Galaxy S6 showing off the curved edge portion of the display along with a faint view of the newer, taller looking home button, which was probably no surprise to many that it would happen as leaks tend to show up every single year with every device before the official unveiling. Mobile World Congress 2015 is coming up at the beginning of next week, Sunday March 1st, which is when Samsung's Unpacked event will be held in Barcelona, Spain and when they're presumably holding the unveiling for this year's flagship Galaxy S device, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S Edge variant.

Before we could even reach that point though Spigen appears to have leaked nearly the entire front of the Galaxy S6 Edge in an ad image for one of their cases for the device on their Facebook page. We can clearly see most of the display except for one of the edges, although we get a good look at one curved edge as well as the taller looking home button seen in the earlier images from T-Mobile and AT&T, advertising the Galaxy S6 with the words "six appeal." Spigen previously showed off a case for the regular Galaxy S6 model last week which showed off the back of the phone, and we can see part of the back in this latest image as well showing off the larger looking camera sensor along with the heart rate sensor and LED flash in their new location to the side of the camera instead of below it like the Samsung Galaxy S5 from last year.

Spigen is also stating in this image that you can pre-order your cases for the phone now well before the official launch of the device, which we don't even know the date of yet. Furthermore, they even provided a link to the amazon page where you can place your pre-orders for the cases of the Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 in a variety of different models ranging from prices that look to start as low as $10.99. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge announcements are now less than a full week away, are you excited to find out more details?

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