The Samsung Galaxy S6 could come in five different versions, a leaked image suggests.
Sourced by CNET, the pic shows five models of Galaxy S6, one of which features a Galaxy Note Edge-style display that bleeds onto the edge of the handset.
The first handset seems to be a standard S6. The second bears Verus branding, which is one of South Korea's top smartphone case-makers. There's a chance Samsung has worked with the firm to produce a more hardwearing S6.
The third handset has a grey, metal-looking back. But it's the fourth and fifth that are really interesting.
They both feature edge-to-edge screens. The fourth features a screen down its left edge, while the fifth's is down its right edge.
So either Samsung will make a model suitable for left or right-handed people, or it's working on a dual-edge model.
We shouldn't have long to wait to find out. Samsung sent out invites to its Unpacked event last week, which is expected to be marked by the S6 launch.
Samsung recently reported its fifth consecutive quarterly decline in operating profit.
At the end of last month, Apple drew level with Samsung as the world's biggest smartphone maker.