Have you ever imagined what an iPhone designed by Samsung would look like? This concept has the answer.
Samsung and Apple have been, for years, the two brands that sell the most mobiles in the “premium” segment of the market. iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S dominant is the sectorand very few companies can come close to the sales figures garnered by both firms. Now him designer Michael Ma He has wanted unite the best of the two brands in a concept that imagines how the merger between a Samsung Galaxy S and an iPhone could be.
The designer has produced a series of renders that allow us to explore the design of this dummy productthat combines features of the latest models of Samsung Galaxy S family with those of the latest iPhone models.
iPhone with Samsung design, or Galaxy with Apple design?
According to the creator of this fictional model, this merger between the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S series it has “everything you want to see in a modern smartphone,” and even dares to suggest some features, including a 6.1-inch diagonal screen surrounded by ultra-narrow and symmetrical margins on all four sides, as well as a front camera under the screen and TrueDepth sensor.
The design of the device combines the style we saw in the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S22with a metal camera module that protrudes from the rear and merges with the metal edge, in this case totally flat, coinciding with the aesthetics of the Apple iPhone.
The colors in which this device shows us are also characteristic of Apple: black, gold and white. Other interesting details are the inclusion of a USB Type C connector and of the legendary “mute” switch of the iPhones.
Seeing how the design of the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S has evolved in recent years, everything seems to indicate that we are far from seeing a real device similar to what the designer shows us in these concepts. The samsung galaxy s23 they already abandoned the raised camera module which debuted alongside the Galaxy S21, and the future iPhone 15 Pro is expected leave out the straight edges in favor of slightly more rounded ones.