Images of the HTC One M9 and One M9 Plus just leaked, and now another smartphone manufacturer's device has hit the web. Spigen, a third party case maker, is showing off its Galaxy S6 cases with the reported device inside.
It has become increasing difficult for smartphone and tablet makers to keep their upcoming and unannounced devices under wraps leading up to an official launch. We just revealed leaked images of what are reportedly HTC's upcoming One M9 smartphone and 5.5-inch One M9 Plus phablet.
We also just reported that Apple's rumored iPad Pro's design was allegedly confirmed via a third party case maker. The case shows what appears to be a very similar design and button layout as that of the iPad Air 2, in bigger proportions and with cutouts for its rumored dual stereo speakers on the bottom of the case. Now, a third party case manufacturer has given us a possible glimpse of what the Galaxy S6 will look like.
The Spigen Air Cushioned Bumper Galaxy S6 case, along with a few other designs, has been listed on Amazon. The image shows a device with what appears to be the Galaxy S6's aluminum frame and front and rear glass panel. The camera placement is different than that of the Galaxy S5, with its LED flash and heart rate monitor now on the side of the shooter and not below it.
This certainly isn't the first smartphone Spigen has revealed prior to an official launch. It advertised cases for the HTC One M8, LG G3, and Nexus 5 before the companies got the chance to show the devices to the world.
Another interesting thing to note from Spigen's listing on several of its cases on Amazon shows the "in stock" date as April 13. With Samsung widely expected to announce the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge on March 2, this availability date could point to a possible release date. If the images are real, what do you think of the design of the Galaxy S6? Let us know in the comments.