Samsung Galaxy S7: 10 Amazing Concepts We Wish To Be Real

    Samsung has made a huge buzz in the smartphone market with refresh look of Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge.

    We have seen many leaks and rumors about the company's next flagship smartphone - the Galaxy S7. However, the unveiling of Galaxy S7 is still several months from now, but the rumors mill have already started hinting few thing about Samsung's next flagship.

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    The South Korean smartphone maker, wants to use the Snapdragon 820 CPU in its upcoming Galaxy S7 and is to do R&D on the chipset in order to test the overheating issues. However, there is also talk that Samsung will make the Galaxy S7 in two processor variant: one with its very own, Exynos 8890 chipset and another with Snapdragon 820.

    Meanwhile, the internet is abound with concept image of Samsung Galaxy S7, which has a pretty slick-looking design and calls it as the Edge version. Take a look at the slider below to know more.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    Created by Delta Concepts, this model has dual front speakers as the standout point. Its fingerprint scanner is now built into the screen and we've got a singular curved edge, similar to the Galaxy Note Edge.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    It's actually more than a concept, more than a render, it's a design study done by Martin Hajek and ComputerBild. The result is a slim and beautiful smartphone, that manages to be waterproof and still made of metal.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    Jermaine Smit is back with a Galaxy S7 fresh out of the oven. He takes a bit of inspiration from the latest leaks and sketches, most of them showing a design in the vein of Galaxy S6, with minor tweaks. The handset has rounded edges, new colors and the camera still protrudes a bit.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    Following the trend of Sony and its Premium version of the Xperia Z5, designer Hasan Kaymak has imagined the Samsung Galaxy S7 Premium. The handset has a metal frame and its back also seems to be made of metal.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    Jermaine Smit has done with the Galaxy S7 Edge. He comes up with this concept, that features a Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890 chipset, as well as a 5.7 inch Quad HD screen.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    Jermaine Smit is back with a new concept, this time he tackles the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The smartphone will have a very narrow metal frame and obviously curved edges.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    3DFuture have amazing renders of device that have either been launched or not just yet and from the latter category we've spotted the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 2016 concept. This model is actually based on a patent that appeared earlier this month from Samsung itself.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    Created by SCAVids, the Galaxy S7 includes a couple of predictable specs, like 4 GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 820 CPU and a 21 megapixel camera. An USB Type C port is at the bottom and curved screen edges.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    The creation of Mesut G Designs, this Samsung Galaxy S7 render brings a glass front and back, as well as small bits of rounded glass on all the edges. They can display notifications, news and more and circle around the device.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Design

    The creation of Samer Saher, the device feels a bit more like a HTC One M10 than a Galaxy S7. It has two big speaker grilles upfront, an approach Samsung hasn't tried for its flagships just yet. The handset is said to be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and it comes with a Snapdragon 820 processor, or a new Exynos Mongoose chipset in some countries.

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