Purported Galaxy S6 chassis leaks hint at sealed polymer battery
Fresh reports out of Samsung’s home country of Korea point at a design that’s going to be very close to that of the most recent iPhone, i.e., the iPhone 6. We’ve previously seen a few Galaxy S6 leaks in the form of a chassis design and some design renders, however, none have been as comprehensive as this one. From what we can tell, sources seem quite confident about this being the real thing. With Samsung’s reinvented design language from the Galaxy A series, one would anyway have expected a design with more metal than usual. What we’ve also just learnt is that the phone will probably even pack a sealed aka non-removable battery; Samsung phones have been known to give the user the freedom of swapping batteries, and that’s something which might eventually change with the Galaxy S6. Time will tell whether it’ll be for good or otherwise.
“The Galaxy S6 will make its debut in two versions ― flat and rounded screens. It will have a metal build, which will make it look even more like Apple’s latest models,” adds a parts supplier according to sources. Well, lets hope Jony Ive isn’t reading this!