The Galaxy Note 5 isn’t expected to arrive until later this year, but the upcoming phablet may have already leaked online. The device recently surfaced in an IMEI database along with a surprise Galaxy S6 variant.
Both new handsets are listed by their model number, which we can use to guess what Samsung has planned. First up is the SM-N920F, which sounds like a likely successor to the Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910). The device has apparently been code-named “Noble.”
Rumor has it the Galaxy Note 5 could pack a 5.98-inch Ultra HD display with a resolution of 2160 x 3840 pixels. The company is also expected to offer an Edge version of the device with a slightly smaller 5.78-inch curved screen.
Meanwhile, the SM-G928S, code named “Zen,” could be a close variant of the Galaxy S6 (mode number SM-G920). GSMArena suggests it could be the Galaxy S6 Plus, though it might also be an Active or Mini variant. Either way, it looks like Samsung’s not done with its latest flagship phone.
Clearly the South Korean company has at least a few more smartphones planned for 2015. We probably won’t here anything official about the Galaxy Note 5 until September, though it’s possible we could see new versions of the Galaxy S6 unveiled even sooner.