No you don't understand. That is a Galaxy S5 not S6. If that really was a Galaxy S6 Samsung would be very angry, and they have a right to be angry at Spigen.
Just look at the grey line of the GS5 going along the edge in image 1. That's definitely a Galaxy S5. Also the design of the white GS5 is exactly the same.
If Spigen really said this is the GS6 chances are Spigen and Sammy are playing a game against the customers.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge are both official and the two flagships are confirmed for an April 10th arrival in 20 unnamed countries. The two devices, which will compete against the likes of the iPhone 6 and HTC One M9, are still weeks away from their anticipated arrivals but we’re already seeing early orders pop up for those that want to order them well in advance.
With the Galaxy S6 Samsung has finally responded to plastic build quality criticism, and the Galaxy S6 looks great (and, also important, Samsung assures us that it won't bend!). It's built from metal and glass, with Gorilla Glass protecting both front and back, and features a gorgeous 5.1in Quad HD (577ppi) Super AMOLED display - with the smaller screen, that's higher than that seen on the . It's also 20 percent brighter than the S5's screen at 600cd/m2, making it easier to see outside.
So, let's talk about this silhouette. The S6 has Samsung's familiar pill shape, with rounded tops and bottoms and straighter sides. The power button and nano-SIM card slot sit on the right spine. A micro-USB charging port and headset jack live on the bottom, and the left spine houses separate up-and-down volume buttons, just like the iPhone 6.