We won’t really know anything about Samsung’s next big smartphones until August 13, which is when the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. But, case maker Spigen has already posted photos on its website showing renderings of each phone on its product pages, as blog Android Central first noticed.
Here’s one of the Note 5 product images on Spigen’s website:
And here’s a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus rendering:
The images look a lot like previous leaked photos of the phones we’ve seen in recent weeks — especially ones published by Evan Blass, who has a strong reputation for being accurate when it comes to product leaks. As previous rumours have indicated, the Galaxy S6 Edge looks like an enlarged version of the Galaxy S6 Edge. The Galaxy Note 5 appears to have a design that’s similar to that of Samsung’s previous Note phones. You’ll notice the overall shape is a bit more square than that of its Galaxy S phones and the side bezels are really thin.
It’s likely that Spigen just estimated what the new phones would look like based on previous leaks — manufacturers such as Samsung don’t usually share plans with accessory makers ahead of time. Regardless, the new images provide further evidence to back up leaks we’ve seen so far.
The Note 5 is expected to come with a 5.7-inch display (making it the same size as the Galaxy Note 4), a 16-megapixel main camera, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, as Blass reported earlier this month. It will have 32GB of storage, but you won’t be able to add more storage since the phone isn’t expected to come with an SD card slot. Other leaks have also suggested the design will resemble that of the Galaxy S6, but we’ll have to wait until Samsung’s Unpacked event later this month to know for sure.