Samsung Galaxy S6 Renders Look Like Apple iPhone 6 and Sony Xperia Z2 Combined

The 2015 flagship smartphone of Korean Giant - dubbed Samsung Galaxy S6 - is already slated to be announced on March 1 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. That's only around two weeks away so I'm not surprised that design renders of the much-awaited release are already starting to surface online.

Samsung Galaxy S6

These beautifully-crafted, masterfully-made ones are by GottaBeMobile and they are completely based on the recently leaked 'official' schematics of the device.

Samsung Galaxy S6
According to this diagram, Samsung Galaxy S6 will be 143.30 millimeters long, 70.81 millimeters wide and only 6.91 mm thin, and it also have a protruding camera module reminiscent of Apple iPhone 6 as well as chamfered sides like that of Sony Xperia Z2.

Samsung Galaxy S6
The speaker holes at the bottom of the real metal frame, the rounded sides, as well as the grey bands on either ends of this render really remind me of the iPhone 6.

Samsung Galaxy S6
Check out the chamfered or beveled edge of this SGS6 render.

Samsung Galaxy S6
From this angle the side totally looks like that of Sony Xperia Z1 and Z2 (not exactly Sony Xperia Z3, as that one has totally rounded sides like the iPhone).

Samsung Galaxy S6
There are rumors that Samsung Galaxy S6 will flaunt a glass back plate in lieu of plastic -- unlike earlier flagship releases by the company.

Samsung Galaxy S6
The heart-rate monitor and LED flash are located on the right side of the protruding camera module like what's shown on the schematics and in earlier leaked photos of the device.

If these renders were any accurate, I'd say that the upcoming flagship would indeed look better than Samsung Galaxy S5 (which was heavily criticized by tech bloggers and tech-sites for looking like band-aid). I'm not sure, though, if users would want to get it over iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus despite looking almost similar to those best-selling phones; Actually, based on its design language and size, SGS6 would be more like an intermediate device between those two. I don't know what Samsung is trying to accomplish here but here's the thing: Historically, a look alike has never been deemed better than the genuine article. That's the danger in copying a bigger player. Anyway, let me know what you think about these renders, TP Friends. Do you like them?

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