Reports have been suggesting a near release for a Samsung phablet duo, one being a progression of the Note line and the other a blown up S6 Edge.  Naturally, as launch preparation ramps up, so does the vulnerability for visual leaks.  Courtesy of All About Samsung, we have a look at an alleged dummy unit of the Galaxy S6 Edge+.


This time we have a Note 4 as a reference, giving us an idea of the Edge+ phone size.  Previous leaks have hinted at either a 5.6″ or 5.7″ display, and the image above supports that.


Below, we have a look at the back of the phone.  While the form looks as expected, I’m wondering why there isn’t a “Galaxy S6 edge+” logo towards the bottom, like on the previous Edge model.


This leak did not confirm any of the suspected specifications for the Edge+.  We’ve been hearing that Samsung may toss Qualcomm a bone and use the Snapdragon 808 for this one.  All other supposed specs follow what the S6 Edge gave us, but with a larger 3,000mAh battery.  Current reports point to a mid-August launch, so stay tuned!

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