The Samsung Galaxy S6 is coming, that's pretty much a given, but we're shy on details about pretty much everything else.
The latest rumour is more about when we might get to see the handset. Phonearena has heard from a Samsung employee that they've been told that no one is allowed holidays from the company in the last week of March 2015. That's a good indication that something big is coming, and it would be right in line with the release date of previous models in the line.
Other new whispers are around the speed of the device, particularly in moment-to-moment use. Samsung has unfortunately become well-known for the tonnage of bloatware it ships with its devices - pre-installed apps and data which cannot be removed. There's hope that the S6 might see that seriously cut back by the company, which is some of the best news we've heard to date.
There are also rumours that the TouchWiz OS (basically a heavily skinned version of Android) will be much faster than previous versions. It's also likely to take plenty of inspiration from the design philosphy of Google's latest update, Android Lollipop
We'll have plenty more information after the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress on March 1st 2015.