Samsung Galaxy S6 press shot leaked: is this the real deal with Six Appeal?

Samsung Galaxy S6 press shot leaked: is this the real deal with Six Appeal?The Samsung Galaxy S6 launch is now just over 48 hours away, but the leaks keep a-coming, and we just keep wetting our pants with excitement! Wait; did I just say that out loud?

In the latest Samsung Galaxy S6 leak, we’re getting a peek at a purported Galaxy S6 press shot, though we’re not 100% sure it’s entirely legit. Or is it?

As shared on Reddit, it’s US network Sprint that’s supposedly “accidentally” shared the Samsung Galaxy S6 press shot, something that happens quite often prior to these major smartphone launches.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 press shot largely gels with what we’re expecting, specifically two phones with metal trims, and the Galaxy S6 Edge in particular having a display that curves on the left and right.

However, we have a couple of slight misgivings. First of all, there’s the wording of that competition: “…Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge that are coming soon.” It sounds like it’s been penned by a child, someone who speaks English as a second language, or perhaps E. L. James.

Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge name is written in both upper and lower case, which is either an oversight, or a giveaway that this is merely an eleventh-hour hoax.

The more we think about it, the more we suspect it’s the latter, though we’re not damning it completely.

Thoughts?

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JanSt / MOD  Feb. 27, 2015 at 14:38

The competition wording does seem 'off' - as to the "edge"? Why not lower case to differentiate it from the BIG CAPITALS big Note EDGE?

lcurdie / MOD  Feb. 27, 2015 at 19:31

The competition wording does seem 'off' - as to the "edge"? Why not lower case to differentiate it from the BIG CAPITALS big Note EDGE?

Yeah, something stinks about that grammar.

"...that are coming soon"
"... that are being given away"

It's all one sentence, too.

Also, "GS6"? And "devices"? Hmm.

JanSt / MOD  Feb. 27, 2015 at 23:23

The competition wording does seem 'off' - as to the "edge"? Why not lower case to differentiate it from the BIG CAPITALS big Note EDGE?

Yeah, something stinks about that grammar.

"...that are coming soon"
"... that are being given away"

It's all one sentence, too.

Also, "GS6"? And "devices"? Hmm.


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