The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is almost ready and tech website All About Samsung managed to get a confirmation and some photos of the oversized S6 Edge. The phone in the photo is believed to be just a dummy but we have an idea now that it’s almost as big as a the Galaxy Note 4 which we all know will be replaced soon by the upcoming Note 5.

Only photos of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus were released but not the official list of specs and features. But after all those rumors, leaks, renders, and the recent trip to the FCC, we know the extra large S6 Edge might have a 5.7-inch screen, Exynos 7420 processor, 16 megapixel main camera, 5 megapixel front-facing cam, 32GB built-in storage, and a 3,000 mAh battery. Obviously, this one will be bigger than the Galaxy S6 edge and could be 9mm taller and 3mm wider.

Samsung is expected to make a formal announcement about the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus together with the Galaxy Note 5 this coming August 12. That’s only a few weeks from now but we have a feeling more leaks will be published ahead of launch. For now, be happy to know that the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is as big as the Note 4 and the yet-to-be-announced Galaxy Note 5.

Samsung Galaxy S Pen cover

Meanwhile, we’ve spotted what’s believed to be the newest S Pen for the next-gen Galaxy Note model. We said this might be an ejectable S Pen which is something new but we’re surprised to see this metal-looking stylus. We’re not sure if it’s really made of metal but it appears to be metal compared to the previous ones that are made of plastic. Samsung could be making a major change in this area and honestly, it’s about time. A metal S pen looks more sturdy and could last longer than any plastic pen.

VIA: all about SAMSUNG, Weibo


    • How’s about no. The offscreen buttons are one of the many things that set Samsung apart from the rest of the pack and allow for more screen real estate. Also I could never give up the fingerprint sensor in the s6.

      Unless of course they could do an onscreen sensor and have the screen cover the whole front of the device. Top to bottom edge to edge

  1. Oh,you mean like the oversized bezels that Samsung phones have? It sure sets it apart,that home button makes it look like an IPhone.


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