Samsung could unveil two Galaxy S6 smartphones and a round smartwatch at MWC

The Samsung rumour mill is working on overtime, with the latest whispers pointing towards a flurry of MWC launches
Samsung could unveil two Galaxy S6 smartphones and a round smartwatch at MWC

CES 2015 has been, gone, and provided us with the t-shirt. And jet lag. The next big event on the tech calendar is Mobile World Congress which takes places in Barcelona in March. And fingers are now pointing towards a double flagship launch from Samsung, along with the introduction of a new round smartwatch.

According to Business Insider, we'll see two versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6. The first model will be an all-metal version, but it's unclear whether it will be an all-metal unibody design or just have metal accents. Given the release of the full-metal Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 handsets, coupled with previous leaks of supposedly genuine full-body aluminium shells, we're keeping out fingers crossed for an all-metal version.

The second rumoured Galaxy S6 handset will reportedly have a screen that curves off at the edge, much like the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. 

Samsung is also reportedly going to unveil a new smartwatch at MWC, with a round face to rival the likes of the Moto 360 and LG G Watch R. The new Samsung smartwatch will likely run Android Wear as opposed to its own Tizen software. 

Samsung hasn't commented on any of these rumours as of yet. With just over a month to go until the show kicks off at the beginning of March, we shouldn't have too long to wait.

We'll report all the news back from the front lines in Barcelona, so stay tuned.

[Business Insider via TechRadar]