If the latest rumors are any indications, we will be seeing the Galaxy Note 5 announced about a month from now, instead of its usual unveiling timeframe of late August/early September. Not only that, but it is expected to be joined by an eventual Galaxy S6 edge Plus, which will arguably be for those who love the side-sloping display of the S6 edge, but want the phone in a larger format.
That's all they are going to get, though, as the Note 5 is allegedly not going to feature a model with a flexible display - its added value will be the improved S Pen stylus, a rumored huge battery, and hopefully 4 GB of RAM.
We'll take it, but in the meantime you can check out how the alleged Note 5 measures up against said Galaxy S6 edge Plus, and the current Galaxy S6 flagship. These size comparisons are based on the leaked CAD drawings and case maker schematics for the Note 5 and S6 edge Plus, so they could very well be very close to reality, though we won't know for sure before the phablets hits the stage in New York, hopefully in about a month or so.