Gadget enthusiasts are expecting technology giant Samsung to unveil its next-gen flagships at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event, scheduled to be held on 13 August in New York.
And since high-resolution images of the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus -- the devices that could succeed the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S6/S6 Edge -- have surfaced online, speculations are rife that the South Korean company may indeed do so.
Technology tipster @evleaks has released the images (below), ahead of the Unpacked event, thus giving fans more reasons to look forward to the show.
Even as the technical specifications of both the smartphones are yet to be made official by Samsung, numerous reports have been published about the key features that could be incorporated on the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
The Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus are rumoured to feature similar technical specifications, which include a 5.7in display, Samsung Exynos 7420 SoC, 16MP primary camera and 4GB RAM. The former is rumoured to feature an auto-ejecting S-Pen.
Recently, Samsung also reduced prices of the Galaxy S6/S6 Edge in Europe, hinting that the next-gen devices could be launched at the event at New York.
Moreover, a report published in The Korea Herald hinted that the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus would be launched globally, while the Galaxy Note 5 could be launched only in South Korea and the US, which are traditionally strong markets for Samsung.