Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is the most highly anticipated Android phone set to release in early 2016. Earlier leaks have suggested that we shouldn’t expect a massive redesign compared to this year’s Galaxy S6 and some newly leaked renders indicate that the device will indeed look quite a bit like Samsung’s flagship offering in 2015.
GSMArena has obtained some leaked renders of the Galaxy S7 that were given to an accessories manufacturer and they show a device that has no radical design changes from the Galaxy S6. Here’s a render of the back of the device that shows is has the same style of rounded edges and protruding camera that the S6 has:
GSMArena says the renders show a device that measures in at 143.37 x 70.8 x 6.94 millimeters, which is almost the exact same as the S6’s dimensions of 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8 millimeters.
In fact there are only two major design changes shown in these leaks: A home button that is more rectangular than oval-shaped and a SIM slot that has been moved to the side of the device.
To see more leaked renders of the Galaxy S7, check out GSMArena’s full gallery at this link.