New iPhone 6 Concept Image Appears Like Samsung Galaxy S5

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | April 16, 2014 10:23 PM EST

The latest iPhone 6 concept image resembles Samsung Galaxy S5 design.

The new iPhone 6 render has been developed by Hasan Kaymak. He posted a gallery of photos in his Google+ account.

Kaymak was known for his head-turning HTC concepts. He took a break from making HTC renders and brought what he thought would be iPhone 6's design.

Concept Phones reported the handset packed an edge-to-edge screen display paired with a very slim case based on the images. Unlike the normal iPhone shape, which has a rectangular side, the latest render is more rounded, especially on the edges.

The report added if the handset will pack an edge-to-edge screen, finger rejection features are a must. It will be so much better if the Cupertino-based company will also add heart monitor that could be a selling point for the Apple's handset attracting health-conscious users.

Reports cited iPhone 6 could be more expensive. Business Insider said Jefferies Analyst Peter Misek noted Apple is already in talks with networks about the price hike of $100 of the next flagship phone. Meanwhile, Apple has not officially announced the real specs and features of iPhone 6.

Reuters claimed Apple is currently working on the two variants of iPhone 6. The next flagship phone is expected to arrive in two screen sizes, 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches.

Some of the specs anticipated to arrive in the device are A8 processor, iOS 8 and touchID fingerprint sensor.

Also, iPhone 6 is set  to be rolled out on June 2 at the Worldwide Developers' Conference alongside a new operating system.

According to Apple's press release, this year's Apple annual tech event will be held at Moscone West in San Francisco, June 2-6. There are some reports claiming iPhone 6 will be released in September or October.

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