The device that Samsung is teasing on its GALAXY UNPACKED 2015 press invitation for a March 1st event is the Samsung Galaxy S Edge with dual-edge displays and the edge sides will be symmetrical. It will also use aluminum on its construction.
The shape of the bezel seems very similar to the silver shape that's the focus of Samsung's Unpacked invite, adding some credence to the images.
Only the metal outer rims are visible for both Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge making not clear if the phones will be made full metal unibody.
The image of the Galaxy S Edge above was cut and resized from the original photo below of Verus cases (renders) coming from CNET Korea.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will pack a 4GB of RAM and might very well come with a full (unibody) metal chassis. Besides the extra curved edges on both sides of the Galaxy S6 Edge, and the 4GB of RAM, S6 Edge is expected to feature a 1440 x 2560 resolution screen, a 20MP rear-facing camera and a 5MP front-facing camera. The report is based on statements from analysts in Korea’s financial sector.
This picture also shows the Galaxy S6 on the left and it is very similar to latest leaked schematics.
Schematics of the Samsung Galaxy S6 suggest a 6.91 m.m thick device. New Renders match schematics.