Samsung Galaxy S7: Top 7 Amazing Concept Designs

By Sayan

The Samsung Galaxy S7 has been the center to many a rumours during the past few months and as expected there were various discrepancies in the alleged specs reported by various tipsters worldwide. However it seems that they have now zeroed on a unified conclusion regarding the specs of the Galaxy S7.

For those unaware the Samsung Galaxy S7 is reported to sport a 5.1 inch QHD (2560x1440p) Super AMOLED display along with a 5MP front facing camera upfront. Under the hood the Galaxy S7 smartphone is tipped to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820/Exynos 8890 SoC (depending on the launch country).

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Samsung Galaxy S7: Top 7 Amazing Concept Designs
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This will be clubbed with 4GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of onboard storage and a MicroSD Card Slot (upto 200GB). Besides that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is rumoured to feature a 12MP rear camera which will make use of the company's own BRITCELL sensor technology.

Incidentally the tipsters and concept designers haven't been able to come up with a unified design. While a few tipsters have aired images of the Galaxy S7, but none were rather convincing. Hence here's a list of the top 10 concept design that may happen to reveal the external appearance of the flagship smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

Designer Martin Hajek has come up with an amazing Triple Curve concept design. Unlike the Dual Edged Galaxy S6 concept, the concept S7 comes with a futuristic Triple Edged display with the third Curve being placed at the bottom of the smartphone.

All the major ports of the smartphone are however located on the top while the slim bottom features a Laptop like MicroSD card reader slot.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

In this concept design the Samsung Galaxy S7 is seen featuring a slim boxy design with a singled Edged display arched towards the left side. However the major impetus in the concept design lies in the dual front firing speakers.

Star War Edition

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

Designer Mesut G has extended his imaginations to develop a concept design of the Galaxy S7 which has a Star Wars Light Saber flavour to it.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

This one looks rather close to the Galaxy S series devices that had launched so far. In fact it closely resembles the Samsung Galaxy S6. However the Galaxy S7 renders is markedly thinner with an edge to edge 5.2 inch QHD display. Besides that there is a USB Type C port with a bottom firing speaker.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

Water Resistance and Dust Protection had always been a differentiating characteristic of Sony Xperia Z line up of smartphone. However more manufacturers including Motorola, LG are nowadays adding this IP certification in their new smartphone. Apparently these have made the designer Jermaine Spit believe that Samsung to might join the Water Resistance bandwagon with their Galaxy S7.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

One of the latest leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Z7 by @onleaks and uSwitch reveals a concept of the Samsung Galaxy S7 which is reminiscent of the Note 5. Incidentally the Galaxy S7 concept was also seen sporting a sqaurish Home Button, which possibly sports a Fingerprint Sensor.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Concept Designs

This concept by 3DFuture depicts the all new Samsung Galaxy S7 with edges curved on the top and the bottom in place of the sides. Apparently this is quite an intuitive design, as having a edged screen on the bottom of the display would be of real use.

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