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February 25, 2015

Samsung teases device specs with ‘Is This The Next’

Website shows exaggerated concept of a new device.

By CBR Staff Writer

Samsung‘s Norway subsidiary has launched a website dubbed ‘Is This The Next’, which combines all the rumors and speculations about the company’s upcoming device to create an exaggerated concept of what the device might look like.

Previously T-Mobile CEO John Legere Tweeted a photo of the device, which is reportedly called Galaxy S6 featuring a curved display, with a unique curve on both sides of the screen, and a metal backside.

However, the new website shows various images and short descriptions including forward facing speakers, a display which is supported to reach three sides, a 24-inch screen, and a body made of glass.

The website also features timers which highlights the upcoming unpacking event in Barcelona.

Previously, the company applied similar strategy when it sent out invites reading March 1 "Unpacked Event" which was reportedly created to fuel the speculations, reported Wall Street Journal.

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