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This could be the metal housing of the Samsung Galaxy S6

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Last updated: February 4th, 2015 at 12:04 UTC+01:00

As time draws closer to the official announcement of Samsung’s next-generation flagship smartphone, more and more leaks reveal the nature of the device. Almost everyone is certain about the possible hardware specifications of the Galaxy S6, but the final design of the device is still under suspense since Samsung takes special measures for stopping the original design from getting leaked before the official announcement. Last week, an alleged schematic diagram of the Galaxy S6 was leaked, which we thought could be closer to reality, and now an alleged metal housing of the device has been leaked in images by digi-wo.

The image looks convincing to us since all the port placements and the openings for the camera lens as well as the heart-rate monitor appear to be in line with the previous leaks, but you should still take it with a pinch of salt. The images appear to have surfaced on the Internet through a Weibo account, and the publication hasn’t mentioned the link to the original source. Samsung has already sent out media invites to the official announcement event (Galaxy Unpacked 2015) which will take place at Barcelona during MWC 2015.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Metal Housing Design

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