A man writes on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 at the product's launch event in New York, Aug. 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Amid ongoing rumors that Samsung will double the base storage on the next edition of its flagship phablet line, dubbed the Galaxy Note 7, a new report served up evidence Tuesday, suggesting that the South Korean conglomerate is indeed planning something similar.

Several earlier reports suggested that the base variant of the Galaxy Note 7 will come with 64GB of onboard storage. Now, SamMobile has come up with a leaked image that supports that speculation, at least for the Korean market.

According to the report, only the Korean Telecom version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is listed with 64GB base storage in the image. Therefore, other network providers could still carry a 32GB model.

Reliable tech leaker Evan Blass (with the Twitter handle @evleaks) recent posted in a tweet that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will have 64GB of base storage, along with other specs, such as a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, a microSD card slot, a 12-megapixel primary camera with dual-pixel phase-detection autofocus, a 5-megapixel secondary camera and IP68 certification for water- and dust-resistance.

The Galaxy Note 7 is also expected to feature a hybrid slot, which is likely to support both regular microSD cards and the company’s new UFS cards.

A dual-curved display is another widely expected feature that the Galaxy Note 7 could have. If the device indeed comes with a dual-curved display, it will be the first of its kind to sport such a feature.

The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be powered by the company’s own Exynos 8893 processor in developing markets and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor in bigger markets like the U.S.