Leaked Samsung Galaxy S6 Renders Show Yet Another iPhone 6 Knockoff [PICS]


New renders show the Galaxy S6 compare it with the iPhone 6 3

Samsung is widely rumoured to release its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6 next month and these just leaked renders of the alleged device look shockingly similar to the iPhone 6 / 6 Plus design. In fact, the renders look like some cheap iPhone 6 knock off, a quite few of which we have been seeing on Chinese websites lately. As pointed out by PhoneArena, the heavily rounded corners, taller home key and slim unibody chassis of the Galaxy S6 renders gives a general whiff of an iPhone 6 design (see below).

New renders show the Galaxy S6 compare it with the iPhone 6 1

New renders show the Galaxy S6 compare it with the iPhone 6 2

Furthermore, some popular case makers including Spigen and Verus have already posted some Samsung Galaxy S6 cases that can be pre-ordered right now, and they all are based on the same chassis as shown in the above leaked renders. 

Galaxy S6 cases

Another report by Bloomberg meanwhile claims that Samsung may release two new versions of the Galaxy S6 (copying Apple’s strategy once again), including a model with a display covering three sides. Both the models will have all-metal bodies and use Samsung’s most advanced processor chips.


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  • einsteinbqat

    Samsung is only going back to what worked best: copying Apple.

  • Chrome262

    display covering three sides??? what does that mean?

  • Zzzzzz

    Can you believe the nerve of Samsung!? They copied the speaker holes on the iPhone and to top it off they put more just to really give it to apple! Do they not know apple has the patent on the shape of a circle! And am I the only one to notice the other circle on the other side? the 3.5mm headphone jack? COPY, KNOCKOFF! And don’t even get me started on the oval volume buttons and round edges!

  • iqzombies

    can you go back to school and learn the definition of “copy”?

  • OliChabot

    That’s just getting pathetic.

  • Chrome262

    Oh I get it, thanks. Always thought that just added a failure point, just adds more surface to be scratched or damaged, also distorts the image.