Samsung Galaxy S7 Design Tipped by Accessory Maker

Samsung Galaxy S7 Design Tipped by Accessory Maker
Samsung's next flagship smartphone, believed to be dubbed Galaxy S7, has been tipped by a third-party accessory maker. ITSkins has reportedly posted images of what could be possible case designs for the Galaxy S7. Additionally, the accessory maker has also claimed that the Galaxy S7 will be accompanied by a bigger sibling in terms of size.

According to the details from accessory maker, the Samsung Galaxy S7 may measure 143.3x70.8x6.9mm which hints that there might not be great design changes from this year's Samsung Galaxy S6, which measured 143.4x70.5x6.8mm. It adds that the other device launching alongside Galaxy S7 will feature 163.3x82x7.8mm which tips that the handset may sport a 6-inch display. Unfortunately, details about the other sibling of the Galaxy S7 are limited as of now, though the device may be called the Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus due to its size.


Some of the other visual changes expected in the Galaxy S7 include a slightly tweaked home physical button found just below the display. According to the image shared by accessory maker (via GSMArena), the home button will sport a rectangular shape rather than the rounded rectangle (or stadium) shape seen in current generation flagships. Another noticeable change can be seen in the placement of the SIM slot which now has moved slightly lower on the side panel. The image also purportedly shows that the Galaxy S7 may again feature a protruded camera sensor on the back.

Based on preliminary leaks, we know that the anticipated Galaxy S7 may pack the recently launched Exynos 8890 SoC that was also recently spotted in benchmark listings. The Galaxy S7 flagship due next year is also said to feature a microSD card slot, something that was missing with the company's flagships this year. Another leak pointed out at a possibility of Samsung packing a large camera sensor on the Galaxy S7.

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