Suspected Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge user manual pages turn up at Samsung Finland's site

When it comes down to picking apart the plausible intel from the nonsense with devices that are not yet official, everyone has his own way of going on about it. That's fair – after all, none of it is technically confirmed, so caution is definitely advised. But if you're always risk averse and bet against leaks or label everything fake, you'll end up missing out (granted that you're interested in them), because they do pan out more often than one might think.

Take a new piece of info that possibly proves the existence of an 'Edge' variant of the Galaxy S6 for example. It's a page on Samsung Finland's website that is yet to be populated, but it does give us two distinct device model numbers – SM-G920X and SM-G925X. Both of these naming conventions suggest a new Galaxy S device (the S5 was code-named SM-900X), and prior leaks claim that these are, indeed, two of the upcoming models. We can therefore make a somewhat educated guess that these, indeed, are placeholder pages for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, both of which are due to be announced at Samsung's Unpacked event on March 1. We're confident that is the case, for the invitation that Samsung sent out for the occasion shows us what is almost assuredly the profile of a Galaxy S6 variant with at least one 'Edge'.

Here's the full list of leaked Galaxy S6 model numbers:

  • Zero US - AT&T SM-G925A_NA_ATT
  • Zero EUR - OPEN SM-G925F_EUR_XX
  • Zero-F CA (Canada) - BELL MOBILITY SM-G920W8_NA_BMC
  • Zero-F - EUR OPEN SM-G920F_EUR_XX
  • Zero US - T-MOBILE (US) SM-G925T_NA_TMB
  • Zero-F US - AT&T SM-G920A_NA_ATT
  • Zero-F US - T-MOBILE (US) SM-G920T_NA_TMB‏

  • In case you're just hearing about an Edge variant of the Galaxy S6, you can read up on it here. For the standard Galaxy S6 model, we've compiled all the available information right here

    source: Samsung [1], [2] via GalaxyClub

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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 128GB
    • Battery 2550 mAh(23h 3G talk time)



    1. AlbertAribe

    Posts: 168; Member since: Jun 21, 2014

    Is this a new Galaxy Alpha A or Alpha B? I'm confused about all the rumors which is Galaxy S6.

    2. DeusExCellula

    Posts: 1390; Member since: Oct 05, 2014

    The phone up top? I think thats a Note 4

    11. M4th3u54ndr4d3

    Posts: 67; Member since: Sep 03, 2013

    It's the Samsung Galaxy A7

    12. BlackhawkFlys

    Posts: 931; Member since: May 07, 2014

    I will love it, if the design turned out to be like the Galaxy A7 or Alpha

    4. SuperNova

    Posts: 649; Member since: Jan 15, 2015

    Just grab your popcorn, turn on your notebook, visit PA, and watch livestream of Samsung Unpack Event on 01-March, and you won't be confused anymore.

    3. SuperNova

    Posts: 649; Member since: Jan 15, 2015

    I can't imagine how beautiful the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are. Samsung, you're my love, you're my life!

    5. Neros

    Posts: 1016; Member since: Dec 19, 2014

    That avatar, bro :D. +1

    8. cmpunk

    Posts: 88; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

    he is a diehard sammy fan...

    10. tiara6918

    Posts: 2263; Member since: Apr 26, 2012

    5 likes and counting, let's see how many more sammy fanboys will show their loyalty with that comment

    17. TechieXP1969

    Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

    Nothing wrong with that. As this site is filled with diehard iPhone fans. Nothing wrong with that either. That is why fighting is stupid. Like what you like and take the good with the bad as no device is perfect. But at least with Samsung, I know when I pay $699 for my Note or $650 for the S, I know I am getting a phone that should be priced hundreds more. This versus buying a device that does cost hundreds more, but does significantly less. Which is true of all brands in some way.

    6. Kumar123 unregistered

    LOL. SuperNova and Neros you guys are pathetic. Simply pathetic.

    7. cmpunk

    Posts: 88; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

    yep! they should get some credit from us. #Respect

    14. mitoita

    Posts: 77; Member since: Apr 03, 2014

    After 3 mounths of usage an 1 update / year you will throw your s6 over the window:)) i buy note 4 and still wait the update 4 lollipop..... Samsung sucks!!!

    18. TechieXP1969

    Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

    Without an update the S6 will still do more than the next 3 models of the iPhone as an example. In fact, today's iPhone still does less than a the Nexus 5 which you can get for half the cost of an iPhone with pretty much the same specs. lol. If you "think" Samsung sucks, than you are entitled to your opinion. I personally "think" Apple and most of the Android OEM's suck. I use to like HTC, though I owned only 2 phone models from them. I tried Sony and Moto and I just didn't like the phones at all. Sony especially, to high no substance. I have yet to try LG, but from what I saw of the Evolution, it was a turnoff. But the G3 is certainly a beautiful device physically,, but the phone doesn't have enough features. Samsung isn't the top selling OEM because of good marketing. They are the top OEM because, 1) Apple drew more attention to them by suing them. maybe people figured, Samsung phones must be that good since Apple is afraid of them 2) The other Android phones are terrible, at least until recently. 3) Samsung packs more usable features that are attractive, yet sell the device at competitive pricing. The S is better than any phone in its category from ANY brand. The Note, is the best flagship ever made and no oversized phone even comes close o its greatness; no matter how big they go. Also, I remember when the iPhoen appeared in 2007, everyone rushed to be like them. Now most OEM's are rushing to make an IPhone-like device, but with the style look and capabilities of a Samsung. After all look at these recent Chinese phone makers. They are offering similar styling to both the iPhone and Samsung S/Note all in the same device, which is what Samsung is also doing with the S. The S6 is going to sell a lot of phones. After all, even though Samsung didn't sell over 100M S5's like they had hoped, they still sold over 70M of them. The S sets the tone for the Note, so if the S6 kills, the Note V is going to kill even more. You can Samsung Sucks all you want. You are entitled to an opinion, no matter how stupid it may be.

    9. Simona unregistered

    Just bigger alpha.. just as I thought.. Will se how screen quality will be .. Hope not ancient alpha's one..

    19. TechieXP1969

    Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

    The phone in the picture is not an S6. Its a concept that assumes the S6 would look similar to the Note, which it isn't. In fact its gonna look better than the Note 4 and the Alpha.

    13. tdslam720

    Posts: 70; Member since: Jan 05, 2015

    GSMArena reporting 16mp camera :/

    20. TechieXP1969

    Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

    The S5 and Note 4, already have a 16MP camera. The S5 had an older sensor, which I think was made with Samsung. With the Note 4, Samsung returned back to Sony and the sensor has OIS. The S6 will more than likely have a 20Mp camera. This is based on the fact, Samsung usually doesn't use the same sensor on the next model tear of the S. The Note and S released the same year usually have the same sensor. Like for an example, The Note II and S3 had the same camera. The S4 and Note 3 also shared the same camera. The Note 4 and S5 also share a similar spec'd camera, just from a different vendor. Samsung isn't like Apple. Apple used the same sensor for the most part in the iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and 5S and the 6 and 6+ also share a similar sensor; only the plus has OIS.

    15. blanchethames

    Posts: 2; Member since: Feb 09, 2015

    im with supernova

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