Completely redesigned iPhone 6 compared to iPhone 5s, Galaxy S5 in new interactive 3D tool

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iPhone 6 Vs iPhone 5sImage Source: Martin Hajek

Are you wondering how Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6 might stack up to leading smartphones like the iPhone 5s and Galaxy S5? We won’t know anything for sure until Apple unveils its new completely redesigned iPhone this fall, but a string of huge leaks has allowed comparison engine Versus to create an awesome 3D tool that might show us how the iPhone 6 stacks up to current leading smartphones.

From earlier: iPhone 6 vs. iPhone 5s: New leak gives us a better look at huge redesign

Versus bills itself as a “sophisticated comparison platform presenting facts stripped of marketing influence.” And now, the latest addition to its unique 3D comparison tool is Apple’s iPhone 6.

The team behind versus says it has “sucked in data from the web about the iPhone 6″ using all of the leaks and rumors we have seen recently as a guideline to create an extremely detailed 3D model of Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6.

Of course there is no way to confirm that it’s an exact likeness of the iPhone 6. It also appears to omit some key details seen on countless mockups — such as the plastic inserts on the back of the phone — and the position of the power button appears to be off.

The overall look and shape is in line with most of the leaks we’ve seen thus far though, and as a result, this nifty interactive tool could give us a very good idea of how the iPhone 6 compares to the iPhone 5s, Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S4.

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Apple is widely expected to launch a new iPhone 6 this coming September with a larger 4.7-inch display, an updated A8 processor and a sleek new design. According to insider Ming-Chi Kuo, the new iPhone will also include NFC.

A link to Versus’ comparison tool can be found below in our source section. Simply click and hold on any part of the image and drag your mouse around to see different views of the iPhone 6 as well as the handset it is being compared to.

See Also: Here’s what iOS looks like running on a 4.7-inch iPhone 6

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