Silver Galaxy S7 render leaks, bottom of Galaxy S7 edge pictured

The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge seem to be making live camera appearances everywhere, as new photos of the devices have leaked online. Thanks to the Galaxy S7 edge picture, we’re getting a direct look at the bottom of the phone. The setup remains the same as the Galaxy S6 lineup – headphone jack, microUSB port, primary microphone and the loudspeaker, in that order. If there was any doubt about the Galaxy S7 not featuring a USB Type-C port, this should clear things up.

We’re also getting our first look today at the silver variant of the regular Galaxy S7. We had seen the silver Galaxy S7 edge earlier, and frankly that edition looked rather attractive. The flat S7 doesn’t look as great, but the lack of those curves at either side of the display are probably the reason a little charm was lost. The S7 edge renders also made the silver look somewhat greyish, but the Galaxy S7 render confirms silver as the color variant other than black and gold (a white option was expected as well, but it hasn’t made an appearance yet).

Check out the images below. There’s one of the black Galaxy S7 edge from the front as well, but at this point it doesn’t really offer any surprises.

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Budorat
6 months 9 days ago

I’m not convinced that this is the Galaxy S7….. I just do not see Samsung releasing another phone with micro USB and not a USB Type C port. With the recent Nexus devices using USB, Chromebook and even Apple using it on notebooks…. it just does not make sense. If the need to differentiate between the S6 then USB Type C is the obvious choice. Now if only Apple would also adopt the same standard.

adam.kirby5
6 months 9 days ago

I completely agree with you, however what you have to understand is that before something becomes a “standard” it initially needs to gain traction and become readily available. For example, there are motherboards that support USB type-C, but older ones don’t and only certain boards have them. VR doesn’t yet use type-C either and Samsung doesn’t want to shut the door on it just yet. You have to purchase type-C accessories which until it becomes a standard, cost more, because companies can do that. By definition, a standard is something everything uses, which type-C isn’t just yet. We’ll just have to wait I’m afraid.

Budorat
6 months 9 days ago

I believe that USB type-C is a standard already… it’s just the new standard and that will take time to become mainstream…. the problem is that we need companies like Samsung to actually make them mainstream… you know, kinda like what they did with the phablet.

One pint I did not consider and I tend to agree with you is the VR issue. This seems to me to be the only legitimate reason why they opted against the new standard. I am looking forward to the announcement and pre-orders opening up.

6 months 9 days ago

“Google, Apple, and everybody who makes devices that use the port need to get together and figure out how to let consumers know which cables are actually safe to use. Until that happens, consumers can’t trust this new standard — and that’s a great way to kill it before it takes off.”

preime101
6 months 9 days ago

ugh, they are still sticking to the idiotic move of sticking the headphone jack on the bottom.

Gregg1100
6 months 9 days ago

I look forward to seeing the new S7 when Samsung ACTUALLY reveals the phone. Forget leaks and rumours, all will be revealed onSunday.

thegeneral2010
6 months 9 days ago

Wow is this is iphone

a67543210
6 months 10 days ago

I hope this is fake, because it is really a shame if Samsung will hold everybody back another year, with old technology, when they are very innovative in all other fronts.

adam.kirby5
6 months 9 days ago

That makes two of us… It’s such a shame that they haven’t bothered re-designing the phone because it would be interesting to see what they would have had in line for us. However, at the same time, the Galaxy S6 and its Edge counterpart are very good looking phones, and as the saying goes “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” and I would say that the design is not broke. As long as they don’t continue with this design for a third year, it shouldn’t be a problem. Given that Samsung spends a hell of a lot of money on R&D, I would like to think their reasoning behind the small changes are due to the fact the S6 and Note 5 got such good praise for once.

gtone339
6 months 9 days ago

Lets look forward to Samsung answering our Q & A on the 21st Feb.

mjmjhkgh
6 months 10 days ago

Look like wrong. Galaxy S7 USB-C type ???

nCoder
6 months 10 days ago

I’d say Always-On-Display confirmed as per last picture

sanayp
6 months 10 days ago

middle its looks 100% iphone 6s copy

adam.kirby5
6 months 9 days ago

You clearly don’t know the definition of “copy”… Here’s a few quick points that totally destroy your claim.

1) iPhone has 1 row of large machined holes for speaker, S6 has 2.
2) Microphone for iPhone is located to the right on 3.5mm aux port, S6 isn’t.
3) iPhone has lightning with screws either side, S6 doesn’t.
4) iPhone does not have the protection surrounding the ports.
5) iPhone does not have the antenna bands on the bottom.

Even if there was a single difference between the iPhone and Galaxy S6, the word “copy” would still not apply. Please learn the proper use of copy… I copied a file the other day, it didn’t change at all. Also, the word copy in our industry means nothing… If you do not keep up with the industry, it will happily leave you behind to rot. So all of this copying, is business to stay in the game. No other industry is this petty with the word “copy” and it’s painful to watch…

ProdByEchelon
6 months 10 days ago

That S7 screen looks like it has a slight curve to the actual display. Not as dramatic as the edge version though. Like a more subtle version of the curve that’s on the Priv.

lujki
6 months 10 days ago

I actually thought it’s a bad picture of S7 edge. It’s interesting to see what 21st will bring.

Ridamag
6 months 10 days ago

True, though it might be just for the sake of highlighting the fact that it has 2.5D glass

 
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