You're looking at the fabled Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt for cnet and I'm gonna tell you a little bit about this phone.
It is in fact an overgrown version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge with dual curved screen here on the side.
It is a large 5.7 inch screen device for the people who like their Edge but they want a little bit more screen real estate.
You still have the people edge here on the side that can be put on the left or on the right.
And then the screen actually revolves to give you some shortcuts, so there's more functionality on this phone than there is on the original S6 Edge.
Other features include Android 5.1 lollipop, a 16 Megapixel camera on the back, a 5 Megapixel camera on the front with a mode for live broadcasting YouTube.
This an Octacore device with either 32 Gigabytes or 64 Gigabytes of internal storage, no external storage and no removable battery either.
Like the Note 5, it comes in four colours, including this gold colour here, silver, white and black.
They're all incredibly reflective, and they're picking up a lot of fingerprints right now.
This was something that both phones have in common.
In terms of how the phone looks and feels in the hand, it is very thin and very light.
I find it Pretty easy to grip.
There are a lot more specs and features, so make sure that you read my full write up on CNET.com for even more.
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