Last year, Samsung had released Galaxy S6 Edge+ smartphone alongside Galaxy Note 5. Rumors have it that the South Korean tech giant is testing two variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 6.

According to Phone Arena that cites information from GSM Helpdesk, a Dutch website, Samsung is working on two models of Note 6: one featuring a conventional flat screen and another one that will arrive with a curved screen. Both the prototypes of Note 6 are reportedly packed with 5.8 inch display that supports Quad HD resolution.

Speculations also suggest that even though Samsung is testing two Note 6 variants, it will only release one model to the market. Hence, Samsung may release a Note 5 successor with a regular display or it may launch a Note 6 with dual-edge curved screen like Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge+. The Galaxy Note 6 is also speculated to house a massive battery of 4000 mAh capacity. The Note 5 features a 4000 mAh battery.

The upcoming Samsung phablet is heavily pegged to feature a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera like the one found on Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones. An overclocked version of Snapdragon 820 called Snapdragon 823 is expected to power the Galaxy Note 6.

The phablet is also expected to arrive in another CPU variant that will feature an upgraded edition of Exynos 8890 chipset. The SoC is speculated to be coupled with 6GB of RAM. It may arrive in three internal storage versions of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB.

The Note 6 is expected to be first Note series smartphones to arrive with a water-resistant IP68 certified chassis. The final build of Android 7.0 N is rumored to be official by July. Hence, the Note 6 with Android N on board is expected to hit the market by July or August this year.