It’s no secret that Samsung will launch its sixth-generation Galaxy S model in the coming months, and it’s not likely the company will call it anything but the Galaxy S6. However, reports have constantly claimed that Samsung will have two distinct Galaxy S6 models in stores this year, including a regular model and a Galaxy Note Edge-like version that could have up to two Edge displays. Dutch publication Galaxy Club reports that Vodafone Netherlands has unwittingly confirmed both new flagship devices by listing product names on its website.

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The carrier has already listed placeholder images and text for the Galaxy S6 on its website. More interestingly, looking at the page’s code, the publication has also discovered the purported product name for the Edge version. Apparently, Samsung has decided to go with Galaxy S Edge, a product name that’s pretty much in line with the Galaxy Note Edge name used by Samsung for the special Galaxy Note 4 version.

Unfortunately, Vodafone Netherlands doesn’t also specify when the Galaxy S6 versions will launch, or how much they’ll cost.

The Galaxy S6 is expected to be unveiled in early March. BGR has already exclusively learned details about the handset’s design and hardware — check them out at this link.

Images showing Vodafone Netherland’s accidental Galaxy S6 listings follow below.

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