Update: It looks like a very leaky day for the Samsung camp, now with the specs of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ popping up on a Romanian website.
According to the listing on the Romanian retailers site, the handset will be available in two colors as well as coming with either 32GB or 64GB of storage.
In terms of specs, the website lists a 5.67-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display and be powered by Samsung’s octa-core Exynos 7420 processor and a Mali-T760MP8 graphics chip. It’s also slated to come sporting a 16MP camera, LTE and 4GB of RAM.
Oops. Samsung has just slipped up with its French division posting pre-registration details online for the much rumoured Galaxy S6 Edge+. Or perhaps it’s a cleverly orchestrated leak to whip up interest.
Either way, the cat appears to be out of the bag now, with the site clearly stating the Galaxy S6 Edge+ name with a shot of the handset alongside a pair of Samsung Level headphones.
The site also gives up a possible release date for the handset, citing pre-orders will open on August 21 with a probable Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ release date pegged for September 3 (that’s when pre-orders close).
Change up the Edge
A separate leak has shed more light on new possible edge features for the handset too, after a series of images were picked up by Phone-probe.
According to the press shots it appears users of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will be able to get a column of apps as well as top contacts on their edge screen.
It’s hardly game changing news, and we hope Samsung will have a few more tricks up its sleeve during its August 13 event.