The Samsung Galaxy S7, if the rumors are to be believed, will be launched in February 2016. The phone is highly-anticipated but if you were hoping for a major design refresh, you might be disappointed as the rumors have suggested that apart from a change in the use of material, the Galaxy S7’s overall design is expected to remain more or less the same.
In fact in case you wanted more evidence, recent photos have surfaced in which alleged cases for the Galaxy S7 shows off its design, which as you can see from the photo does not appear to be too different from what we’ve come to know from the Galaxy S6. We suppose this is not necessarily a bad thing but for those who are constantly chasing something new, this might be disappointing news.
That being said, note that case makers tend to get ahead of themselves. There is always this rush to try and get products out the minute the phone launches and for some makers, they rely on leaked specifications and rumored schematics to base their designs on. This means that some makers probably know just as much as you and I do.
In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but as you can see from the photo it suggests that there could be a Galaxy S7 Plus, hinting that in addition to the flat screen and curved models, there might be an even bigger model for customers to choose from.
- Super AMOLED
- 576 PPI
- f/1.7 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Snapdragon 820/ Exynos 8