Reports have started emerging online, from the ever-active rumor mill, about the next-generation Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and suggests that the company will be taking things a few notches higher. With these rumors and Samsung’s recent design patents for a curved top and bottom display screen, the folks at design studio 3DFuture used this info as a basis for designing this conceptual version of the new Galaxy S7 Edge, it's a bit unusual but definitely eye-catching.
The creators envision a novelty device with a new stylish trapezoidal appearance like nothing in current smartphone design. With this unique design there will definitely be no accusations about misappropriation of someone else’s style.
The body of this dramatic machine is made of metal, and the designer’s show off a curved screen. But in a departure from previous models, the concept shows edges being positioned on the lower and upper part of the screen, instead of the side as on a Galaxy S6 Edge. Also, the concept has no physical buttons on the top or bottom these are located on the handset’s sides.
Sporting a larger 5.7-inch screen hints at the possibility of 4K resolution support. This concept also envisions a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4GB of RAM. Although a captivating design its uniqueness is also the reason Samsung may not be down-with-it.
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Most of us will probably agree that Samsung may not use such a radical design, but it’s getting harder & harder for phone companies to create something that sparks the “wow” factor.
Wow factor or not, it’s time to realize, a mobile device of tomorrow will require assistance when learning to use it (as if it doesn’t now).
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