Samsung has been reconfirmed to have developed two Galaxy S7 models, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge, that have just been leaked big time by @evleaks. He shows a collective render of the two, which you can see below. Venturebeat has extra details in the meantime.
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Guess what? There’s a new Samsung Galaxy S7 and you’d better get used to it, since we’re going to see a lot of those in the near future. Created by Delta Concepts, this model has dual front speakers as the standout point.
With the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ already launched a week ago, it’s time to start focusing on the “next big thing”, which is the Samsung Galaxy S7. The device is rumored to be completed early thanks to Project Agile and today we check out a potential render
Before the Galaxy Note 5 was launched, somehow Samsung Galaxy S7 become a topic of conversation, because of a few leaks. Now we also get a new render of the device, courtesy of Rishi Ramesh. If recent rumors are real, the device should be finalized around December, so even more
If you look up the Samsung Galaxy S7 concept, you’ll find a few versions created by Jermaine Smit and other designers, but today we get a new twist. Hasan Kaymak, known for his HTC renders has tried his hand at a Samsung this time. He created the Samsung Galaxy S7
It appears that Samsung Galaxy S7 designs are starting to pile up these days, since this is the second one we’ve seen this week. You can check out the previous one here and today’s is less futuristic than that one. It keeps the general lines of the S5 and S6
Samsung Galaxy S6 is a piece of work, of that I’m sure, having played with one for a few days. The Galaxy S6 Edge is even better, revolutionary on the aesthetic level, rather than on the feature side of things. And now we can already dream of the Samsung Galaxy
Rendered by Sunny Gandhi, the Samsung Galaxy S7 goes a bit too fast for the current age, already dreaming of 2016. The handset is razor sharp thin and it’s fully made of metal, plus it integrates a rotating camera in its corner. The trademark Home button is here and there’s