Galaxy S7 Case Renders Show A Very Interesting Dimension Figure Of The Upcoming Smartphone


We have reported a ton of rumors and leaks concerning Galaxy S7 concerning the hardware specifications, but have not been able to gain a valuable amount of insight into the device’s dimensions, until now. Thanks to a third party manufacturer, we finally know the size of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, and it will puzzle you to a whole new degree.

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Galaxy S7 Could Feature A Screen Size That Is Much Larger Compared To Galaxy Note 5  

Third-party accessory makers, with one name in particular ITSKINS eventually get details concerning the dimensions and features of the smartphones prior to their official announcement so that they can start preparing their cases ahead of time. While the information is quite scarce, the dimensions reveal that Galaxy S7 could have a screen size of 6 inches, which is slightly larger than the screen size of Galaxy Note 5.

There are obvious advantages of having a larger screen size with the primary one being that Samsung will finally have enough room to accommodate a large battery capacity, which we are actually hoping for after the mess the company made with its previous generation devices (incorporating a much smaller capacity as compared to its predecessors).


Given below are all the dimension details of Galaxy S7. Keep in mind that there are going to be two models of the device.

  • Regular version: 143.37 x 70.8 x 6.94mm
  • Plus version: 163.32 x 82.01 x 7.82mm

As for the hardware specifications, we do know that the upcoming handset is going to be sold in both the Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 820 chipset versions. There is no cutout in the smartphone that looks remotely similar to a MicroSD card slot, but we did report that Galaxy S7 could see the return of the storage card slot, which will definitely be a killer feature for majority of consumers who were bitterly disappointed with what Samsung had done with its current lineup.

With MicroSD storage support going as high as 512GB, it is high time that Samsung was serious about bringing back this feature. Let us hope that Samsung does not leave us bitterly disappointed this time. As for the software, it was rumored that Google has lending a helping hand to the South Korean tech giant in order to help the latter with improving its software to a whole new degree.

What do you guys think of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone so far? Are you excited to see a mammoth sized handset being announced? Let us know your thoughts.