Following the Galaxy Note 5 rumors and benchmark visits, a new report now says the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ has visited the Geekbench benchmark testing site, confirming key specifications. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ release date has reportedly been set for Aug. 13, where the Note 5 will also be announced.

According to Geekbench, the dual-edge display clad Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ will be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 chipset. This is the same chip seen in the predecessor Galaxy S6 Edge and the flagship Galaxy S6. The Galaxy Note 5 phablet, however, will come powered by a much-advanced Exynos 7422 chip, notes GSM Arena. The handset will sport a killer 4 GB of RAM unit, similar to the recently announced OnePlus 2 handset.

The Galaxy S6 Edge+ specifications, Phone Arena says, include a Quad HD resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels. The screen size of the device are unknown at this point. For hardware, the Exynos 7420 will be used, in combination with an octa-core 64-bit ARM processor. Graphics processing will be taken care by Mali-T760 GPU.

The Galaxy S6 Edge+ will house an impressive 16 MP rear-facing camera. The phone will be held together and powered by a huge 3,700 mAh battery unit.

The device will come equipped with a massive 32 GB of internal storage space, but there will be no option of memory expansion. The South Korean tech giant has not confirmed the Galaxy S6 Edge+ specifications or features thus far.

In the meantime, here is a leaked photo of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ shared by the regular tipster @stagueve of NWE fame: