With the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S6 just a few days away, more leaks of the smartphone have made it to the Internet. These images could be one of the clearest looks of the upcoming flagship yet, but this particular model doesn’t seem to sport the curved display that previous teasers have shown. This pretty much confirms the fact that Samsung will be unveiling two different variants of the Galaxy S6.
The leaked images reveal a new design language for the Korean company. More notably, the Galaxy S6 seems to sport a glass back, making the battery non-removable. The frame, however, might just attract several criticisms from sharp-eyed consumers. The bottom frame of the device looks awfully familiar to a rival product that most of us should know by now without being told.
What gives this leak more credibility is the fact that the design is in line with a previous rumour of the Galaxy S6’s metal frame. All the ports seem to be match the rumoured frame perfectly, right down to the speaker grille, microphone hole, and card slot. Assuming this is what the upcoming Galaxy S6 will look like, some consumers will certainly be disappointed at the protruding camera lens, making it very prone to scratches.
However, as it is with all leaked products, the Galaxy S6 in these images can merely be a prototype of the final product. It’s not uncommon for early protoypes to be different from the final end product, and as such, these leaked materials are better taken with a grain of salt. That being said, this smartphone does look like what Samsung could have designed, bearing several similarities with its previous products.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be officially unveiled on the 1st of March 2015. Will we see two variants of the smartphone at its launch?