A new hands-on video has just emerged to give us another good look — perhaps the best one yet at that — at Apple’s next-generation smartphone.
The new video, posted on the Russian YouTube channel Rozetked (via 9to5Mac), shows a near-complete space gray 4.7-inch “iPhone 6″ assembled from various parts using mockups and leaked drafts. Take a look:
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As shown in the video, the iPhone 6 has a unibody-like exterior with rounded edges and a thinner profile than Apple’s current flagship handset, the iPhone 5s.
The video also highlights the adjustments made by Apple on the iPhone’s FaceTime camera, True Tone flash, and Touch ID sensor. Also pointed out are the iPhone 6′s similarities to the fifth-generation iPod touch, particularly the new device’s volume buttons and protruding camera ring.
The device’s interior is also shown off, revealing a system board with Apple’s “A8″ processor and a near field communication chip, which is rumored to work with Apple’s new mobile payment system.
A previous video showcasing an iPhone 6 assembled from leaked parts was released last week by the Feld & Volk design association.
Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6, which is said to come in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models, at its special media event on Tuesday, Sept. 9.