While we wouldn't exactly call the rumored quantity of 10 million "limited," the term is understandable, considering the tens of millions units that the "regular" version of Samsung's flagships usually sells. The world's largest phone maker has apparently tested all possible versions of a curved display, and is sticking with the dual-edged thingy, which raises questions about the physical power and volume keys placement, if any.
Finally, the source claims that the specs of the S6 Edge won't differ much from the normal S6, namely a Snapdragon 810 or Exynos 7 Octa processor, 3 GB of RAM, quad HD Super AMOLED display, and a 16 MP or 20 MP camera, depending whose rumors you give an ear to. The announcement of both models is expected around the MWC expo at the end of next month. Some units might even be brought to CES to showcase to selected partners, like Samsung did last year.