Samsung Galaxy S7 render shown off in video

Samsung logoRight now as far as the rumors are concerned, no one really knows for sure what the Samsung Galaxy S7 looks like. Some claim it won’t differ too greatly from the Galaxy S6, while others claim it might end up looking like a smaller version of the Galaxy Note 5. However thanks to the folks at uSwitch and @OnLeaks, they have pieced together a rendering of the handset.

Note that this rendering isn’t a concept rendering or a wishful rendering of what kind of design the phone could sport. Rather, this is a rendering that is supposedly based on factory 3D CAD that is used by Samsung’s partners to create cases for the phone. Given that @OnLeaks has in the past been fairly accurate with their leaks and rumors, there is a chance it could be real.

That being said, it seems that if this rendering is correct, the rumors might be right in the sense that it won’t differ too greatly from its predecessor. However this isn’t necessarily a bad thing as the Samsung Galaxy S6 is a very nicely-designed smartphone, and we wouldn’t mind if its design was refined further with the Galaxy S7.

Safe to say that Samsung did not announce the phone at CES 2016, but we have heard a possible launch in February so maybe we’ll learn more during MWC, so do check back with us in the coming weeks and months for the details.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7, Samsung, smartphones

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