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Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus tipped as stylus-free Note 5

Samsung could be on the cusp of expanding its flagship phone line, with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus having been tipped for a grand unveiling in the coming weeks.

A plus-sized sibling to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, the Plus has been mooted as a Galaxy Note 5 predecessor of sorts – just without the accompanying S Pen stylus.

Although the handset’s exact dimensions are currently unclear, the folks over at HDBlog have cited unnamed insiders in claimed the mooted device will firmly adopt a ‘phablet’ form factor.

Reportedly doing the rounds under the codename ‘Project Zero 2’ – the S6 was Project Zero – the phone has been rumoured to sport a dual-edge incorporating display, a lá the S6 Edge.

What’s more, it has been suggested that the high-end handset could enter the realms of reality in a matter of weeks. A precise launch date is still shrouded in much mystery, however.

Related: Samsung Galaxy S7 release date

Having previously been teased under the moniker of the S6 Grand, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus is expected to be just one of a number of spin-off devices circling the company’s iPhone 6 rival.

Expected to joining the oversized Plus is the compact, specs restricted Galaxy S6 Mini, while a waterproof S6 Active has also leaked (pardon the pun) in recent weeks.

Would you want a larger S6 Edge? Let us know via the comments section below.

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