Samsung will announce the Galaxy S6 at MWC on March 1


Samsung has begun issuing invitations to a Mobile World Congress event on March 1, where the South Korean company is expected to unveil its new Galaxy S6.

The invite includes a picture of what appears to be bent metal — it actually looks a lot like a fork — which could also hint at the arrival of the rumored Galaxy S Edge.

Samsung’s invites don’t come as much of a surprise; the company has been announcing its latest Galaxy S devices at MWC for years, and so we were already anticipating a Galaxy S6 unveiling next month. But based on the invitation, it seems this may not be its most exciting device of 2015.

The wavy line hints at another curved smartphone, and makes all of those rumors surrounding a Galaxy S Edge even more believable. The device is expected to be a lot like last year’s Galaxy Note Edge, but it’ll likely share similar specifications as the Galaxy S6 and could be curved on both sides.

Other reports have suggested, however, that rather than two Galaxy S6 variants — a regular model and an Edge option — there will be just one curved one.

This is all just speculation for now, of course, so we’ll have to wait and see what Samsung’s event brings before we get our hopes up.

There is one thing we can be sure of, though: Samsung’s new device(s) will be its most impressive yet — combining premium designs with cutting-edge specifications and revamped software that the company hopes will reverse its declining smartphone sales.