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Samsung really needs to make a big splash with the Galaxy S6. The company has allegedly been referring to the device as “Project Zero” internally, suggesting it could be a total reboot for the flagship brand, and a new report throws a bit more weight behind recent Galaxy S6 rumors.

Citing “reliable sources” with inside information, Italian site claims the Galaxy S6 will pack a unibody metal design and a display that curves around on both the left and right sides. Those curved edges won’t be exactly the same as the one on the Galaxy Note Edge though, instead offering a more subtle and ergonomic slope. The report also adds that the device will pack either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor or an in-house Exynos 7420 chip, likely depending on region.

There’s nothing particularly shocking in today’s report. We’ve already heard claims that the Galaxy S6 could pack a metal design and dual curved edges, and recent phones like the Galaxy Alpha and Note Edge suggest that’s where Samsung is headed. Add this one to the growing pile of leaks suggesting the company may be closing in on a final design for the flagship phone ahead of its expected launch in early 2015.