Samsung just launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, but that doesn’t mean the company is ignoring future flagship devices – or at least two in particular. SamMobile has discovered listings in an IMEI database for two distinct products, and they appear to be new Galaxy Note and Galaxy S models.
A SM-G928S handset has been spotted in the database, and the blog believes the model number stands for a new Galaxy S6 version, one that’s yet to be launched.
More interestingly, an SM-N920F handset has also been spotted, believed to be the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. The current Galaxy Note 4 has model number SM-N910F (the European version), which suggests the newly discovered handset is part of the Note line.
According to SamMobile’s sources, the new unreleased Galaxy S6 version is known internally as Project Zen at Samsung, while the Galaxy Note is referred to as Project Noble.
While the Galaxy Note 5 will likely be released this September at IFA 2015, just like previous models from the series, it’s not clear when this new Galaxy S6 version should be unveiled and launched. Some rumors have suggested that Samsung will have a Galaxy S6 Active in stores at some point in the near future, although it’s not clear whether there’s any connection between those reports and this newly discovered SM-G928S model.