Leaked photos of the Gigaset (ex-Siemens) smartphone reveal similarities to the Samsung Galaxy S6

Leaked photos of the Gigaset (ex-Siemens) smartphone reveal similarities to the Samsung Galaxy S6
Last week, AnTuTu shared a few details about the first smartphone manufactured by Gigaset, which is the company that bought off Siemens's mobile phone division back in 2005. Aside from sharing most of the hardware specifications that matter about the allegedly upcoming device, AnTuTu also provided us with a teaser image of the smartphone, one that partially revealed the front of the handset. 

At the time, many of our readers pointed out that the design of the Gigaset smartphone seems to be heavily inspired by the iPhone 6. However, it turns out that the upcoming Gigaset handset is actually more akin to the Samsung Galaxy S6 in terms of design language.

A few hands-on photos of the Gigaset smartphone leaked online today revealing a design with rounded edges, a metal frame, and a glass back. Aside from the build materials of choice, the Gigaset handset also comes with a speaker grill that's quite similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S6. These leaked hands-on photos also reveal that the Gigaset handset will come with a fingerprint scanner and a dual-LED camera on the back. Take a look for yourself:


According to AnTuTu, the Gigaset smartphone will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, 3GB of RAM, a display with a resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels, a 16 MP primary camera on the back, and an 8MP selfie shooter on the front. On the software side, the phone is said to run Android 5.1 Lollipop. At the rate Gigaset's first smartphone has been leaking online lately, it wouldn't be entirely surprising if the official announcement of the phone is just around the corner.

What do you guys think of these leaked hands-on photos?

source: Weibo via GforGames

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