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Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Official Support Pages Go Live [Report]

The support pages provide no other details except model numbers

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge won’t be officially unveiled until the Galaxy Unpacked event on March 1 in Barcelona. But we may have already had a detailed look at Samsung’s forthcoming devices, thanks to a number of leaks. Now it seems like Samsung has begun the process of updating Web pages for its new devices. Support pages for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have gone live on the smartphone giant’s Swedish and Finnish websites.

Galaxy S6

European versions of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge spotted

First spotted by Galaxy Club, the purported pages bear the model numbers SM-G920X and SM-G925X rather than explicitly stating the names of devices. Model SM-G920X is believed to be the European variant of Galaxy S6, and SM-G925X is the European version of S6 Edge. U.S. version of the devices will reportedly have model numbers SM-G920F and SM-G925F. The web pages include no other details such as specs or images.

Galaxy S6 Edge

Support pages suggest that Samsung will definitely release two versions of the Galaxy S6. On February 4, the Korean electronics giant applied for trademarks for the names “Galaxy S6” and “S6 Edge.” Notably, the moniker Galaxy was missing from the name of the curved display variant. Another report from SamMobile claims that the S6 Edge will be 30% to 50% less curved than the edge display of the Galaxy Note Edge.

S6 Edge to have dual-edge display

 

However, unlike the Note Edge, the S6 Edge will have a dual-edge display, meaning its screen will be curved on both sides. Over the past few weeks, a number of leading case makers including Spigen and Verus have listed their Galaxy S6 cases on e-commerce platforms ahead of the launch. Galaxy S6 is rumored to feature a 5-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, 3GB RAM, Exynos 7420 processor, and 20-megapixel main camera.

Samsung is also set to unveil its mobile payment system Samsung Pay along with the Galaxy S6. The new phones will have a non-swipe fingerprint scanner to facilitate the payment system. The company has partnered with LoopPay for the service.