It is no secret that everybody seems to be waiting for Samsung's next big flagship device. The highly-anticipated Galaxy S6 and its alleged double-curved variant have been gathering so much interest that our news section has practically been overflowing with leaks and little bits and pieces of information.
But while the amount of leaks is staggering ( you can check out our recap) those coming from Samsung itself are rather limited. We today we've got one of those rare occurrences where the Koreans didn't successfully keep their next flagship under wraps.
The new puzzle piece in the Galaxy S6 mystery holds little additional information, but is a serious teaser none the less. It appears that while the Korean tech giant is keeping silent about its next flagship the process of updating webpages for the release has already begun. Two rather empty such pages have surfaced on the manufacturer's official Swedish and Finnish websites that seem to bear the model numbers of the future flagship and its edged variant.
Based on earlier leaks the Galaxy S6, should bear the model SM-G920X, while the Galaxy S Edge or Galaxy S6 Edge, whichever turns out to be the final name, will most likely be formally called SM-G925X. These are supposedly the European variants of the handsets.
The two devices will be officially unveiled on March 1 at Samsung's "Unpacked" event. From what we have heard so far we expect to see them equipped with a QHD Super AMOLED display, 3GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel main camera. If Samsung did in fact shy away from using the Snapdragon 810 SoC, like news indicates the Galaxy S and its edged variant will most likely boast the in-house Exynos 7420.