"Thanks to a recent post on reddit, not only is the device in-hand and photographed at all angles, even the box makes an appearance."
The release of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in April saw Samsung's smartphone seemingly morphing into an iPhone 6. Of course, that's not always a bad thing. But the S6 lacked a microSD card slot and a removable battery -- this is what has differentiated Samsung from Apple. Perhaps sales of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge weren't as robust as Samsung had predicted due to the fact that if people want an iPhone, they'll go ahead and buy an iPhone rather than a clone.
Comments after the article on Android Authority displayed disappointment.
"Bye bye samsung. After many years it is the time to say goodbye!" claimed Meir Cohen.
"Yep this was my last hope that Samsung hadn't completely morphed into Apple with them going so far style over substance and essentially making their phones disposable since you have to buy a whole new phone when you're out of memory and so insanely difficult to change the battery most just won't bother and so buy a new phone," replied Alan Parker.
The Twittersphere wasn't exactly lighting up with excitement.