Samsung has started sending out media invites for its upcoming conference at the Mobile World Congress. Based on the image the Korean technology conglomerate has sent, it is clear that the company has plans to launch a handset with curved design. First spotted by SamMobile, the handset could be the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S6.

The invite reads “What’s Next” as its tagline. The company has been working on the Galaxy S6, its next flagship handset for quite some time now. The curved design tease is also in line with several previous reports that hinted that the company was opting to use curved edge design.

From what we have heard so far, the Galaxy S6 will sport a 5-inch display QHD display. It will be powered by an Exynos 7420 processor (with tiny little chances of a Snapdragon 810 version), 4GB of on-board RAM, fingerprint sensor, and a 20-megapixel camera.

That said, the rumor mill also suggests that the company has another phone in the store for us saved for the event. Called the Galaxy S6 Edge, the handset will feature edge at one (or both) side of the display. Samsung’s event is scheduled for March 1.