Standing at 101.0 x 54.8 x 13.4 mm, the S7070 Diva is just about what you'd expect from a full-touch handset with a screen that size. The 13.4mm thick Samsung S7070 Diva doesn't impress with its girth but it's fine to hold in the hand.
The Samsung S7070 Diva is entirely made of plastic, and the decorative silver-like frame that encompasses the phone is made of the same material.
The loudspeaker grill is as usually on the top of the front panel and no other sensors or elements spoil the sleek and stylish look.
Under the display you'll see only the diamond-shaped back key and the call and end keys.
The left side of the Samsung S7070 Diva sports the volume rocker with two separated buttons, the lanyard slot and the microUSB slot covered with a plastic lid.
The lock and camera keys are on the right side and have the same shape and size as the keys of the volume rocker on the left. The microSD card slot is hidden under the battery cover, but at least it's not under the battery itself.
The Samsung S7070 Diva rear hosts the 3 megapixel camera lens and the loudspeaker grill. The panel has no plastic on the lens, just the circular hole for it to clearly see through its subject.
Removing the back panel reveals the standard 960-mAh Li-ion battery that powers the S7070 Diva. The manufacturer quotes it at up to 800h of standby time and up to 10h of talk time. With our pre-release version of S7070 Diva we feel it's only fair not to comment on its real life performance.
As a whole, we are pleased with the construction quality of the Samsung S7070 Diva. On the positive side, we heard no creaks or other disturbing sounds during the time of our review and we guess the S7070 Diva will hold up against wear and tear.