Samsung's Galaxy Note 6 is expected to launch this summer. We've already heard that it could have a USB Type-C port, but now comes word that it could also be an absolute powerhouse.
According to specs leaked from China, the phablet will have a 5.77-inch 2K screen. That would be on a par with the Note 5, which never even went on sale on UK shores. But it'll also have some upgraded internals.
It's pegged to boast a Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor, which is an upgraded version of the 820 found inside the Samsung Galaxy S7. And the S7 is certainly no slouch.
The Note 6 will also have a whopping 6GB of RAM to play with, 256GB of storage, a 4,200mAh battery, and be waterproof.
Samsung's Note handsets always have some pretty beefy specs. But even by its own standards, this is impressive.
The information comes from Chinese social media service Weibo, via Gizmochina. As such, it remains unverified.
We're expecting the Note 6 to debut this summer, probably between July and September. You'll know as soon as we do.