We’re just a few days away from August 13 which is the expected launch date of the phablet, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ (together with the Galaxy Note 5). So many leaks and rumors have been making the rounds of tech and gadget websites the past few days, and now, India’s export tracker Zauba has reportedly gotten hold of the specs of the upcoming device, confirming that it is just a bigger version of the current Galaxy S6 edge.
According to the document resulting from the shipping of the camera module to India a few days ago, the device will have a 16MP camera with a 1/2.6” sensor, which is identical to the specs of the current flagships, the Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge. Aside from the 5.5” or 5.7” (reports are conflicting) QHD Super AMOLED curved touchscreen, which is slightly bigger than its 5.1” predecessor, the Galaxy S6 edge+ will reportedly have a 4GB RAM, 1GB higher than the S6 edge.
A few days ago, some leaked diagrams gave us a glimpse into what the phablet will look like, with not just one curved edge, but two. This means, it really is more like the S6 edge rather than the Galaxy Note Edge which was released last year and was supposedly the parent device. It also has more shallow dips and has no room for an S-pen, which you probably won’t need anyway.
All this speculation will be laid to rest by August 13, when Samsung is expected to announce their new devices. Another gadget that will supposedly be launched on the same day is their first round smartwatch, the Gear A.
VIA: GSM Arena