Samsung is expected to announce two new phones next month at Mobile World Congress: the Galaxy S6 and a curved “Edge” handset. Now, we may be getting a first look at the Galaxy S Edge—or Galaxy S6 Edge or whatever Samsung decides to name it—thanks to a leaked render from CNET.

The image above seems to show both the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge, with the standard flagship model represented by the first three phones from the left. Meanwhile, the two devices on the right clearly have a bit of curve to them, though it’s unclear exactly how much. Each handset appears to sport just one curved edge, though on opposite sides, suggesting Samsung could release two different models for right and left handed people. It’s also possible the Galaxy S6 Edge could feature curves on both sides, even if that isn’t clear in this new leak.

Beyond that one difference in design, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are both expected to offer similar specs, including a Quad HD display, upgraded cameras, Samsung’s own 64-bit Exynos processor and a redesigned fingerprint reader. The device should run Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box with a scaled-back version of TouchWiz on top, and may even introduce a new mobile payment service called Samsung Pay.

The South Korean company is set to break the news next month on March 1 in Barcelona. We’ll be there covering the event live, but check back soon for any more leaks or updates as the big day approaches.