The internet went abuzz yesterday with an alleged first time look at the Samsung Galaxy S6. Website Toptienmobiel claimed to get hold of an alleged working prototype of the Samsung Galaxy S6 through an 'anonymous tipster'. Well, the tipster might have been anonymous but thats how far the validity of the image goes.
Yesterday's image seemed to complete the puzzle for us when it came to the Samsung Galaxy S6. After repeated leaks and posts about the device's specifications, the major question that remained on everyone's mind was how does the Samsung Galaxy S6 look like? And the image seemed to solved all of our problems in one glorious shot alone.
Well, thanks to well known site, NWE, we now know that the prototype image shared of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is a fake. The image of the Samsung Galaxy S6 with remarkably thin bezels as shown above, is the photoshopped image of another Samsung device, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha.
If you take a close look at the images above, you can spot tons of similarities. Not only is the device similar looking, but also the hand which holds both the devices remains unchanged. So much for good photoshopping. This leak shows us once again how unreliable several sources around the internet can be.
But don't loose all hope yet. Apart from a final image, we know quite a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S6 so far. The Galaxy S6 has done us the courtesy of appearing in Antutu not once, but twice in its limited time period of leaks. The device is expected to come with a 5.5 inch screen, a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a 16/20 MP rear camera and the Snapdragon 810 and the Exynos 7 Octa on board. Sounds good so far. We'll keep you updated as this develops.