We’re now two or three months out from when many expect the Samsung Galaxy S6 to make its debut, and unsurprisingly, the rumor mill is starting to churn with purported leaks of the upcoming device. Dutch site Toptienmobiel has shared what’s described as a photo of a prototype Galaxy S6. The device’s design is similar to the Galaxy Note 4, sporting straight edges and rounded corners, and it’s got Samsung’s trademark physical home button and capacitive multitasking and back buttons, too. There are a couple of interesting features to be found here, including some super-slim side bezels and a front-facing camera that’s on top of the earpiece, not on the side like on previous models. Leaked images should always be taken with a grain of salt, and those claiming to show a highly-anticipated smartphone like the Galaxy S6 are no exception. And even if this is legit, it could just be a prototype that ended up getting scrapped or altered. The phone does have the hallmarks of a Samsung flagship, though, and so there’s always a chance that the GS6 could sport a design like this. What features do you hope to see included in the Samsung Galaxy S6? UPDATE: SamMobile says that its sources have indicated that this isn’t a Galaxy S6 prototype. Bummer.