AT&T releases Samsung Galaxy S6 teaser similar to T-Mobile's image

Last night, we showed you the clearest image yet of the Samsung Galaxy S6 thanks to a T-Mobile teaser posted on a pre-registration page. Now, AT&T is getting into the act by showing the same exact image of the upcoming flagship model. The only difference is the color scheme used on each teaser. T-Mobile's magenta is highlighted on its Galaxy S6 image, while AT&T's teaser features that carrier's colors.

The same "Six Appeal" line is at top which pretty much confirms that Samsung is the source of the Galaxy S6 image used by both mobile operators. Besides the wrap-around glass that will cover each side of the phone, we can also see a power button that appears to have been moved toward the back of the handset. The home button near the bottom of the phone is also visible.

The Galaxy S6 will be formally introduced on March 1st at MWC 2015 in Barcelona. That is next Sunday. We will be in Barcelona to cover the show, which means providing you with new product announcements as they happen, news as soon as it breaks and video for you to feast your eyes upon. Keep it right here!

source: AT&T

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Galaxy S6
  • Display 5.1" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 7 Octa, Octa-core, 2100 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 2550 mAh(23h 3G talk time)



1. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

Can't wait until Samsung puts everyone to shame. :)

14. Kumar123 unregistered

Comment like this is the easiest way to get some green thumbs. It'll be very hard but i'll say keep trying. Wish you all the luck Samsung and you too Smurf.

35. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

Lmao why are you so bitter? -Sent from my iPhone 6 Plus

16. frederick333123

Posts: 76; Member since: Jun 15, 2013

samsung users most hated feature - big bezels now i see they are finding reasons to love it. :)

28. amats69

Posts: 1527; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

and they will claim its innovation!lol

43. AppleJuice

Posts: 145; Member since: Sep 12, 2013

Nah, that comes from Apple fans.

36. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

Those bezels on the Z2 and Z3 take the cake of ugly bezels. ;)

40. Kumar123 unregistered

I don't mind bazels as long as the device is beautiful. Apple products have bazels but they're beautiful and that why it doesn't bother people. I'm okay with bazels as long as the device is beautiful. Z3 Screen-to-body ratio : 71.00 % Z2 Screen-to-body ratio : 69.17 % Z3 beats S5. So jokes are on you.

49. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

G3 - 75.22% Try again.

57. hwb01

Posts: 355; Member since: Apr 17, 2014

Sharp AQUOS Crystal: 78.21% Try again.

58. goodenough

Posts: 82; Member since: Sep 28, 2014

Aquos Crystal is pretty good

64. Cicero

Posts: 1137; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

But ... I see small top and bottom bezels in this blue picture. What you are talking about? And one rumor is about front facing speakers. Combine this two and you will have a better design that M8.

17. jaytai0106

Posts: 1888; Member since: Mar 30, 2011

I might look into this phone. M9 needs to bring an awesome design to take me away from S6. After Blackberry Storm 2, Motorola Atrix 4G, HTC One X, LG Nexus 4, and now the Sony Xperia Z2, I think it's time for me to try out Samsung. However... I still have my heart on Note 4, but I will wait until the announcement of the S6 first. That Gear VR would be awesome for VR porn... not gonna lie.

2. power_x

Posts: 264; Member since: Aug 28, 2013

The home button is definitely larger/boxier, just like the last article suggested. Looking forward to S6/Edge

5. power_x

Posts: 264; Member since: Aug 28, 2013

Probably if Verizon released a teaser, it will show even more of the device.

9. Commentator

Posts: 3723; Member since: Aug 16, 2011

Yeah, like where they'd stamp the Verizon logo. ...Oh wait, that would mean they'd show the ENTIRE device.

15. TBomb

Posts: 1579; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

That was pretty good

3. tdslam720

Posts: 70; Member since: Jan 05, 2015

My god this Samsung :)

4. TyrionLannister unregistered

too late AT&T. Your photoshopping the color won't help the fact that you're one day late.

6. TypicalGeek

Posts: 216; Member since: Feb 19, 2015

I personally think the only flaws in Edge series design is the front button and back "Samsung" logo. Front button just ruins the flow of the curve and Samsung logo looks out of place in all of their phones. It would rate it highly designwise, but I wouldn't own one because of the 2 things I mentioned above.

10. bestmvno

Posts: 251; Member since: Mar 07, 2014

Yeah, I really wish they would get rid of that physical home button. There is no use for it to me. Just another button that could wear out.

13. wando77

Posts: 1168; Member since: Aug 23, 2012

A physical home button is enjoyed by millions and millions of samsung and apple users. Can't see them changing it for you pal. And it's need for the fingerprint sensor and samsung pay

59. bestmvno

Posts: 251; Member since: Mar 07, 2014

A button is not at all needed for a finger print scanner. Just a scanner/sensor thats flush with the surface of the device. I've used devices with a home button and without. Once I switched to without, there is no way I would go back to having one. I don't like the way it feels, and it makes the bezel bigger than it needs to be, plus again it's something that can wear out and break. To the guy below, wasted screen space is a misnomer. There is little wasted screen space with on screen buttons. In fact in many apps, they disappear when not needed. Also, if you choose to run a custom rom, you can even adjust their size making them very small. To me, the real wasted screen space comes from having a physical button, because the space needed to have a physical button could have gone to having a bigger screen in the same size form factor. Perhaps though what would be interesting to the button lovers out there, is having a home button on the side. Would that work for you guys? Then there's no wasted space on the front bezel, allowing you to have a bigger screen in the same size form factor.

23. maherk

Posts: 6965; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

Trust me on this one, if Samsung decided to get rid of the home button, they will lose millions of customers, I and many of my family members will be included, and that's why Samsung will never pull such an idiotic decision. Hate it or love it, physical home button has proved that it is way more practical than on screen buttons, plus there won't be any wasted screen estate.

46. TypicalGeek

Posts: 216; Member since: Feb 19, 2015

Fair enough, I'm talking about design. If they feel physical button win practicality, that's ok, but it wouldn't win simplistic design. AND Your family members and you are not millions customers. If Apple announced removing or relocating their home button today, next Note won't have home button. Samsung just follow big boy, Apple. I'm not even a fan of Apple, but... Apple could use home button because their bigger bezel design doesn't make home button looks of out place. I'd still personally prefer smaller bezel and clean look. If Samsung want to utilize the usage of home button, they should have heart rate monitor and whatever innovative feature in that too. Otherwise, it just ruins the design flow for so called "practicality". And oh this is my personal opinion and preference, I don't need you to tell me why I'm wrong to prefer what I prefer.

53. maherk

Posts: 6965; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

If you feel that you don't to explain your personal opinion and get butthurt over my comment, then you don't need to write me an essay explaining your personal opinion lol You gave your opinion and i gave mine, no need to cry about it just because the majority of us don't have the same ideas as yours. Fyi: this whole Samsung only follows Apple is getting old, the past 3 yeara showed that Apple is the one following Samsung and Android. Oh, and on another note, Apple didn't invent physical home buttons, Samsung had it on their phones for ages, but it is nice to know that inwas debating with a clueless iSheep.

54. TypicalGeek

Posts: 216; Member since: Feb 19, 2015

I never said I don't need to explain my opinion or preference, you just put your word in my mouth. How adorable? And Someone has to throw "iSheep" in a discussion "cluelessly" because... SamSheep? Oh... Sorry to disappoint you, but I've only used Symbian S40, S60, Windows Mobile (if you even know what it is), and Android (since Gingerbread). Yeah, design debate has to become a different debate for Some SamSheep? to justify his beloved tech company. Apple probably followed a few Android makers in adopting techs, but they were to one to take everything mainstream, like it or not.

62. penguinbelly

Posts: 162; Member since: Dec 27, 2014

You can keep your opinion but the part you explain why Apple can have a physical button makes no sense and it is backwards. It is not like Apple do not prefer thin bezels - given chance, Apple will also go for thinner bezels. "Apple could use home button because their bezels are bigger"..?!?! I thought part of the reasons why Apple's bezels are bigger is because of the home button, not the other way around. Apple's home button does not look out of place because it has been there all along. Samsung's home button does not look out of place because it has been there all along. Seriously, I have no idea how you give a pass to Apple and not to Samsung, when your preference is no button. This kind of double standard is what I personally detest in this part of the net.

26. GeorgeDao123

Posts: 432; Member since: Aug 20, 2013

I don't think they should get rid of physical buttons, but I think they can allow on-screen buttons as an option.

47. engineer-1701d unregistered

like i keep telling people the home button is the new fpc1150 finger scanner

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