Samsung has joined HTC by essentially confirming the launch of its flagship - the Galaxy S6 looks all set for an MWC announcement, according to the invite sent to TechRadar.
The launch will take place 18.30 CET on March 1 at the large Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona, so clearly the South Korean brand is set to announce something big.
That means the Galaxy S6 is ready to make its debut, and it's almost certain it will be joined by the Galaxy S Edge - a similarly specified device with a next-generation double curved screen on either side of the display.
According to an earlier tip to Android Pit, the new phones won't be cheap but will start at 32GB in capacity, with the Galaxy S6 likely to cost even more than previous flagships as Samsung looks to pack in more power.
The price of the S Edge will be higher still as Samsung looks to claw back the higher cost of producing the phone; its predecessor in the bendy screen stakes, the Galaxy Note Edge, is one of the most expensive on the market right now, so we can't see the double curve helping with the price.
It won't be long now until we get the full and complete shakedown of either phone - stay tuned to TechRadar where you'll be able to find all the information on what could be your next smartphone.