The Galaxy S7 is a hit for Samsung, and the company might launch a new flagship sooner than anticipated if some reports are to be believed. The Galaxy Note 6 might be unveiled early this summer, months ahead of its expected September launch. And the first rumors detailing some of its specs are already here.

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According to SamMobile, the Galaxy Note 6 will receive the same IP68 dust and water resistance certification as the Galaxy S7 family. That’s hardly surprising, considering that Samsung would want to offer the same high-end features to Galaxy Note fans. But it’s the first time Samsung’s beloved phablet will get the certification.

Furthermore, GalaxyClub picked up a shipping manifest from Indian site Zauba that says Samsung just imported “iris cams” in India for R&D activities connected to Samsung Mobile. There’s no specification of the upcoming phablet. But it’s likely that Samsung’s looking to add iris scanners to high-end devices first, such as the Galaxy Note 6, rather than mid-rangers.

Assuming this assessment is accurate, this would be the first time a Galaxy device would feature an iris scanning unlock mechanism. That’s a kind of feature you don’t see on iPhone yet, but it’s already available on some Windows 10 machines.

Other Galaxy Note 6 specs reportedly include a 5.8-inch display and 6GB of RAM.