It's widely believed that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S6 at MWC 2015 at the beginning of March, which is soon enough that it's no wonder leaks and rumours are flooding in thick and fast.
The latest is one of the most comprehensive yet, detailing a full alleged spec listing which makes the handset sound mighty tasty.
According to the leak, which was sent to BGR from a "trusted source", the Samsung Galaxy S6 will have a 5.1-inch QHD Super AMOLED Gorilla Glass 4 display with a pixel density of 577 pixels per inch, said to sport "stunning outdoor visibility" and a super dim mode.
Snapdragon out, Exynos in
Under the hood there's supposedly a 64-bit octa-core 14nm CPU which is 50% faster than the Galaxy S5. The leak doesn't specify what make it is, but that '14nm' is a dead giveaway that it won't be the 20nm Snapdragon 810. In all likelihood it will be one of Samsung's own Exynos chips which are also rumoured for the device.
It's claimed there will be a 20MP camera on the back, with optical image stabilisation, along with a 5MP f/1.8 front-facing camera with real-time HDR.
The body will apparently be metal and glass, as recently rumoured, the phone will support Cat. 6 LTE for theoretical 4G download speeds of up to 300Mbps and it will have a choice of 32, 64 or 128GB of built in storage. There's no word on whether the Galaxy S6 will have a microSD card slot, but we imagine it will, since most Samsung handsets do.
Finally it supposedly has a 2550mAh battery with built-in wireless charging, quick connect charging and four hours of usage on a 10 minute charge. In other words it's shaping up to be a monster.