Samsung’s Galaxy Note 6 phablet will reportedly be launched sometime in August 2016. In the meantime, here is a bunch of rumored features and specifications pertaining to the Galaxy Note 5 successor.

The South Korean tech giant is believed to introduce two variants of the Note 6. One of variants will apparently flaunt curved-edge-display, whereas the other version will settle for the regular flat screen.

The Galaxy Note 6 will reportedly come with a 5.8-inch display, complemented by 1,440 x 2,560 pixels QHD resolution. Under the hood, earlier reports suggested that Samsung will be opting for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 823 chipset. The Snapdragon 823 is the enhanced version of the Snapdragon 820, which powers the Galaxy S7, HTC 10, Xiaomi Mi 5 and LG G5.

In addition to the Qualcomm variant, Samsung will also be introducing Exynos 8890-powered models specific to Asia. The craze for 4GB RAMs is seemingly over as the Note 6 is believed to come backed by a whopping 6GB RAM configuration, Gizmo China reported.

Furthermore, past rumors suggested that a reversible USB Type C port will be part of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 for charging and data transfer. Battery-wise, Samsung will apparently house a solid 4,200 mAh cell to keep the lights on. This cell will be able to offer up to 48-hours of battery life after a full recharge.

In addition to the standard storage options, the Galaxy Note 6 is expected to come equipped with 256 GB of native storage space. At this point, there is no word on the storage expansion. However, it is worth mentioning that Samsung recently introduced a microSD card with 256GB storage capacity for $250, dethroning SanDisk to take the numero uno position.

The Note 6 will reportedly be IP 68 certified, guarding the device from dust and water. To top it all off, Sam Mobile recently noted that Samsung will introduce a BlackBerry Hub-like Focus app to bring all the notifications, communications under one roof.