New iPhone 6 concept (with iOS 8) gets compared to Samsung's Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 5s

New iPhone 6 concept (with iOS 8) gets compared to Samsung's Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 5s
iPhone 6 dummy units have been making the rounds lately (see here and here), urging us to believe that they’re accurately representing Apple’s next-generation smartphone. However, since there are still about three more months until the new iPhone is supposed to be officially announced, no one can say with confidence that these dummy units are exact copies of the real handset. And that’s why people still create iPhone 6 concept designs.

The latest concept proposes a 5-inch display with 1,280 x 2,272 pixels (521 ppi) in an aluminum body that measures 136.7 x 66.5 x 6 mm. It runs the brand new iOS 8 - which was announced by Apple earlier this week - and has stereo speakers both at he top and at the bottom. Other features include a 5MP FaceTime camera on the front, a 13MP iSight rear camera with dual-tone LED flash (positioned around the camera), and, of course, a Touch ID-enabled home button.

As you'll see in some of the images included below, this new iPhone 6 concept is significantly smaller than Samsung's 5.1-inch Galaxy S5, thanks to the fact that it has really thin bezels. A 4-inch iPhone 5S was added for the sake of comparison. Also, there's a video of the concept at the end of the slideshow. As always, feel free to let us know if you like (or dislike) what you're seeing.

source: ConceptsiPhone (YouTube)

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iPhone 6
  • Display 4.7 inches
    1334 x 750 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
    1.2 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A8
    1GB RAM
  • Storage 128GB, not expandable
  • Battery 1810 mAh
  • OS iOS 12.x


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