While the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ are widely expected to be officially unveiled at the Unpacked event taking place on August 13, now a new leak is confirming their names. Furthermore, both phones are going to be sold by Verizon, perhaps unsurprisingly.
We know all this thanks to the image you can see below, which is purported to be an upcoming inventory listing from Costco.
That's not all it reveals, though. There is going to be a Droid flagship this year too, it turns out, and it will be called Droid Turbo 2. Even if this isn't mentioned in the listing, there's no reason to think any company other than Motorola is producing it.
No specs have been outed this time around, so the Droid Turbo 2 remains a bit of mystery in this regard. That said, the Note 5 and S6 edge+ have been leaked an incredible amount of times already, so there really is little we don't already know about them.
It looks like Costco is going to be offering Verizon's version of the Note 5 in black and white with 32GB of storage, while the S6 edge+ will also be stocked in its 64GB iteration, in the same color versions. Of course there could be more hues and storage versions to come, or perhaps this retailer will only sell a subset of what will be available from day one.
It's unclear when any of these handsets will actually be in stores, but from this point on it's probably just a matter of weeks.