We've seen plenty of iPhone 6 dummies though photos are usually of bad quality and don't compare Apple's new flagship to its main rivals. Well, perhaps the biggest challenger is out, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, and thanks to the 3D modelling skills of Martin Hajek we get a preview of the two rivals side by side.
Apple iPhone 6 next to Samsung Galaxy Alpha (3D rendering)
Hajek has a history of modeling iPhones based on rumors and leaked schematics and he's very good at it. So here's what the Apple iPhone 6 should look like next to the Galaxy Alpha.
The iPod Touch-like design of the iPhone has been seen in numerous leaks. It abandons the square edges of the iPhone 4 but keeps the all-metal body. Both the new iPhone and the Galaxy Alpha will have 4.7" screens though the Android flagship has a slight advantage in vertical bezels.
The iPhone 6 is slated to have a sapphire-protected screen with a brand new resolution (and higher 360ppi pixel density).
Here's what the Galaxy Alpha looks like next to the outgoing iPhone 5s - their designs are much more similar. It remains to be seen if Apple faithfuls will flock to the new round design or if Samsung will manage to rope in fans of square edges.
Apple iPhone 5s next to Samsung Galaxy Alpha (3D rendering)
Hit the source link to see more of Hajek's work.