With Samsung's regular flagship devices launched - and seeming to be very popular - attention has turned to Samsung's other hero product, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6. 

The Galaxy Note has been something of a breakaway success, often heralded as the phablet and it's often where Samsung makes changes over the earlier flagship launches.

For the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, it's reported that Samsung might be looking at a 5.8-inch display, a slight increase in size over the 5.7-inch display currently sitting in the Note 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. The resolution will still be 2560 x 1440 pixels and using an AMOLED panel.

However, the current state of thinking suggests that Samsung is toying with a flat display (like the Note 5) and a curved display (like the SGS6 edge+). It's not known exactly what the final device will be, but the source of this information says that there will only be one Note 6 model. 

We're hoping for a curved display and the S Pen, if that's any help in making your decision, Samsung. 

The other interesting suggestion is that Samsung will be stuffing a 4000mAh battery into the frame of the Note 6. The source goes on to admit that this isn't an exact capacity, so we're taking this with a pinch of salt, but the suggestion is that it will be capacious enough to see the Note 6 through the day - something phablet users have come to expect.

Currently the Note 5 has a 3000mAh battery, but with the Galaxy S7 edge offering 3400mAh, we suspect that Samsung knows which way to push those battery numbers. 

We've been tracking all the rumours surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 launch and we're expecting to see this device in late summer, perhaps August or September 2016. 

READ: Samsung Galaxy Note 6: What's the story so far?