Shown to offer second-SIM capabilities for an improved work/life balance on a single device, early images of the S6 Duo have surfaced courtesy of PhoneArena.
Reportedly sent in via an unnamed insider, the handset can be seen within a nondescript case, highlighting the phone’s still prototype status.
The second nano-SIM slot is shown to sit alongside the phone’s traditional SIM tray on the phone’s right-hand edge.
As well as visual hardware differences, the Duo’s impending release has been backed up by a series of on-screen images which point to dual-SIM addition.
Joining a SIM card manager option in the phone’s settings menu, the handset has also been shown to sport the S6 device name and the previously tipped SM-G920 model number.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Duo has previously leaked through a Russian electronics retailers, with the 64GB iteration of the device prematurely listed alongside a RUB52,990 (£660) asking price.
There is currently no word on official UK pricing or planned release dates.
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Second-SIM expansion aside, it is believed that the S6 Duo will sport the same high-end specs sheet as its single-SIM sibling.
The S6 pairs a 5.1-inch 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display with a 64-bit Exynos 7430 processor and 3GB of RAM.
Further additions to the handset’s high-end features list include a 16-megapixel, OIS-enhanced primary camera and a TouchWiz skinned version of Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.