This could be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6
As previously reported, Samsung is said to go back to the drawing board to completely redesign the upcoming Galaxy S6, a handset that's allegedly referred to internally as "Project Zero". After five iterations of plastic built smartphones, it looks like the intense criticism over build materials and design language has convinced Samsung that it's time to change the aesthetics of its high-end Galaxy S series.
In the past we've heard many rumors about the Galaxy S6, such as the fact that Samsung will rely solely on an in-house Exynos 7420 chip, or that the S6 will come in new color versions. Furthermore, after weeks of rumors, Samsung itself indirectly admitted that a curved-display version of the Galaxy S6 will be released. Samsung has yet to confirm that a "regular" version of the flagship exists, but the South Korean manufacturer isn't likely to afford the risk of launching the Galaxy S6 in a curved-display version only.
Today nowhereelse.fr posted a photo gallery that exhaustively details the metallic frame of the upcoming Galaxy S6. Based on the leaked photos of the metal frame, and in correlation to the rumored design cues, the tech bloggers over at hdblog.it have rendered a possible appearance of the Galaxy S6. You can catch the Galaxy S6 renders in the section immediately following this article.
Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy S6 in about a month's time at MWC 2015 in Barcelona.
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