A new video from Chinese blog iFanr (Google Translate, via Nowhereelse.fr) gives a closer look at what appears to be a front panel from a 4.7-in iPhone 6, and gives a good comparison to the current iPhone 5s.
Like the previous leak, the video shows the front panel having a thinner bezel and rounded edges, in line with rumors that the iPhone 6 will feature a thinner profile and a curved design. The hole for the front-facing camera is once again depicted to be on the left side of the earpiece, which differs from the location of the front camera of the iPhone 5s.
Most reports have pegged the launch for the 4.7-in iPhone 6 in late September, (the usual timeframe for an iPhone debut), while a rumored 5.5-inch version would surface later this year, or early next.
Rumored features of the new handset include a larger display, thinner design, and an enhanced camera. It most certainly will sport an next-generation A8 processor. The 5.5-inch model may boast a number of exclusive features, including a larger storage capacity, and optical image stabilization.