Without having any official information on this subject , a set of results published on AnTuTu seem to refer to Galaxy S6 Edge.
There are only a few weeks until the next Samsung conference in which, if the rumors are confirmed, we will have two major releases. In addition to the long awaited Galaxy S6, the South Korean giant could prepare a more compact version of Galaxy Note Edge. The latter will be called Galaxy S6 Edge and besides an impressive configuration will have both side edges curved.
Although we still have no idea related to how we benefit from those curved edges, a new set of benchmarks published on AnTuTu manages to enlighten us with some other aspects of the future Galaxy S6 Edge. Without being 100 % sure that the device code-named G925W8 is truly the new flagship of Samsung or the results are not rigged in any way deserve to perceive these values with a certain reluctance.
If confirmed officially, Galaxy S6 Edge should be a smartphone built around a 5.1 inch panel with a native resolution QHD. The processing will be achieved through a combination of a Samsung Exynos 7420 octa core, GPU Mali-T760 and 3GB RAM. Preinstalled operating system will be Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
In theory , all aspects described above sounds great, if true . It remains to wait until after MWC to see if it will be enough to convince those who want smartphones to buy a Samsung Galaxy Edge instead of a Galaxy S6.