Sunday , December 16 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Could this be the biggest Galaxy S6 leak yet? Probably.

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We’ve seen so many Samsung leaks that we’re getting a little tired of them, but when these slipped across our desk, we had to say they caught our attention. These look to be the most comprehensive, authentic leaked photos of the Galaxy S6 yet, and while there’s a few watermarks on the images, you can still get a great look at what we’ll likely be seeing announced at MWC 2015 in a couple of days.

We get a good look around the phone; from top, bottom, sides, front and rear, and I have to say it reminds me a little of an iPhone 6, but surely that’s just a coincidence. The design is striking, and it looks wonderful.

Take a look, and see for yourself:

Source: All About Samsung.

Chris Rowland   Managing Editor

Chris Rowland

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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That first picture looks like the inside of a Fleshlight.

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Looks like an iPhone clone, the pic of the front has black lines below the screen and buttons, and that Beaver thing is hiding the truth.
We have seen iPhone running Android

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Every time the design for a new device is revealed, there are always people complaining about how “unoriginal” it is or how it is a copy of something else. There’s a reason almost all phones resemble each other and basic design hasn’t changed much over the entire lifetime of touch enabled smartphones. What sort of original design would you be expecting? If I described a phone as a rectangular piece of metal/plastic with a touch screen, home button and rounded corners/edges would you know which one I’m talking about? There’s not much space for original, radical, new or innovative design… Read more »

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Agreed. People are definitely asking for way too much. At the end of the day, it’s a phone. You use to make calls and send texts amongst other things.

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I saw this a couple of days ago. It looks incredibly fake to me. Like some Chinese knock off.

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The bottom is a dead ringer for the iPhone. Very unoriginal design. Samsung never really had great industrial design, but I’d rather then sick with what they had than try to copy Apple.

MarkWCAU
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The 5th and 6th photo looks like the iPhone 6.

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“The design is striking”? Really? I thought it looked very generic and much like previous Galaxy S models.

I’m a huge Samsung fan, even though I’m on a recent S5, I was looking forward to getting this and I was actually really disappointed by the design after hearing so much hype about how different and better it was going to be.

Having said that, I’ll still likely buy it unless Sony convinces me to jump ship with a killer new Xperia.

Lucas Burnett
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Could Samsung get any more unoriginal? IPhone 6 anyone?

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