Samsung Galaxy S6 gets a touch from Apple’s Jony Ive
Samsung Galaxy are finally going to get just the redesign they needed — even though the Samsung Galaxy A series and Galaxy E series are already doing that. The latest gist we have is going to sound pretty sweet for anyone who wanted Samsung to change the look of their Galaxy lineup.
A report from the Korea Herald indicates that Samsung has just hired Lee Don-tae, ex-CEO of Tangerine, a design firm founded and co-CEOed by Apple’s design chief Jony Ive who’s popularly known as one of the best tech designers of our time.
Mr. Don-tae allegedly resumed at Samsung Electronics this January as global Vice President and head of Samsung’s Design Management Center, a role which obviously sees him contributing largely to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 flagship.
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