Samsung Galaxy S6 rugged case shows up

Samsung logoThe Samsung Galaxy S6 will be here in a month or so and the Internet has been flooded with information detailing the specs of the upcoming flagship.

Yesterday we told you the Galaxy S6 might be offered with some kooky cases, one which would add a secondary E-Ink display, while another model will embed a system for measuring blood sugar levels.

Well, today, a case for the upcoming flagship has popped up on Amazon. It’s of a rugged variety so it will be able to keep your Galaxy S6 safe from harm.

The images show us a few details about the new flagship. For example, the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 both had the flash / heart rate sensor placed under the rear camera. But it appears on the Galaxy S6 things are going to be a little different, with the sensor being placed right next to the lens.

Samsung Galaxy S6 rugged case shows up

Why the change, you might wonder. Ergonomic reasons are the first thing that pops to mind, it could be that positioning the index finger over the HR sensor is easier this way.

The case looks almost identical to the one we saw in an earlier HTC One M9 leak, so we guess Cush Cases wants to take care of all the flagships coming out this year.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Galaxy S6, Samsung, smartphones

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