The Galaxy S7 (in whatever flavors it materializes) is getting its fair share of leaks, customary of Samsung flagships this time of the year. Once a critical mass of those accumulates, it's render-time, and we already saw artist Jermaine Smit go at it a month ago.
It's an ongoing effort, though, and the designer is now back to revisit the S7, addressing some details revealed in the meantime. For one, the rear of the smartphone has gotten a curvature towards its side edges, a la Galaxy Note5, for improved handling. The front 2.5D glass also seems to have been given a larger radius to reflect recently publicized data from @OnLeaks.
That appears to be all, though judging by the 130 hours Smit says to have spent on the video, there might be even subtler differences a month of leaks has brought. But another month or so will give us the official smartphone, so we gather it will be fewer renders and more blurry live photos from now on.
Wow, it's a phone :o Amazing.
Yes I know, But they are the A series handsets. We are talking about the Galaxy S7 here.
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