The Galaxy S6 is slated to go official on March 2 and Samsung is leaving no stones unturned to create buzz on the internet. The company's big-thing, the Galaxy S6, may look different from the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S6. Rumours also suggest that the device will be made out of metal and glass.
Tech blog site, Sam Mobile, which accurately leaked a few photos of the Galaxy Note 4 it was announced, claims to have obtained a few alleged pictures that shows the Galaxy S6. And interestingly, the Galaxy S6 looks similar to that of the Apple iPhone 6.
The latest in a recent flurry of Samsung Galaxy S6, the design has been show off via a leaked render. Apparently, the render shows the curved edges on the Galaxy S6, similar to that of the iPhone 6.
Notably, the home button on the Galaxy S6 seems to be taller and circular in nature. Meanwhile, the headphone jack and the microUSB port are at the bottom, while the proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, and the front-facing camera seems to shifted from the right hand side of the earpiece to the left hand side, notes Sam Mobile.
In another news, GSM Arena also spotted the Galaxy S6 on India's import and export database Zauba. According to the listing, the Galaxy S6 will reportedly feature a 5-inch display. Previous reports have claimed that the Galaxy S6 would come with a 5-inch QHD screen.
The Galaxy S5, the legitimate successor of the Galaxy S5, is widely expected to be unveiled at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) tech show, starts March 1.
The iPhone 6 rival from Samsung is expected to include a 5-inch QHD screen, an octa-core Exynos processor, 4GB of RAM, 16/32/64GB of ROM, microSD card support, 20.7MP rear-facing camera, 5MP front-facing shooter, 4G LTE-A, and a 3400mAh battery pack inside.
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