Soon after T-Mobile published its Galaxy S6 registration page on its website, including an official press render showing the profile of the Galaxy S6 Edge model, both AT&T and Sprint put up similar pages, each having the same image customized in their respective colors.

At this point, it’s more than clear that Samsung plans to put some serious marketing efforts behind its Galaxy S6 devices, as three of the top four U.S. mobile operators are already running teaser campaigns for the unannounced phones.

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A quick look at AT&T’s source code for the Galaxy S6 “Six Appeal” teaser page reveals the official names of Samsung’s upcoming Android handsets — Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge — not that they were closely guarded secrets to begin with. AT&T’s Galaxy S6 page also reveals that the phone is coming in Spring 2015, though there aren’t any precise release dates for the handset.

Sprint has its own registration page for the handsets, though it doesn’t mention anything about either model.

Verizon and U.S. Cellular, which have both launched previous Galaxy S models, have yet to post their Galaxy S6 teaser pages.

Images showing AT&T’s and Sprint’s Galaxy S6 Edge press renders follow below.

att-galaxy-s6-teaserImage Source: AT&T

samsug-galaxy-s6-teaserImage Source: Samsung

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