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Samsung exec: the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are the "most beautiful smartphones on the planet" - do you agree?

Samsung exec: the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are the "most beautiful smartphones on the planet" - do you agree?
Last year, when Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, it said that the handsets were "the most beautiful" in its history, and many of our readers agreed.

As of yesterday, the S6 and S6 edge have successors: the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, both of which were officially unveiled at MWC 2016. While the new handsets don't look too different from the S6 and S6 edge, their metal-and-glass design has been enhanced, so it's only natural for Samsung to praise their looks even more, right? Well, during the Galaxy S7 announcement event, DJ Koh, President of Samsung's Mobile Communications Business, made a bold statement, saying that the S7 and S7 edge are the "most beautiful smartphones on the planet," no less.

Of course, there's a lot of subjectivism involved whenever someone is saying that a certain device is "the most beautiful" in its class. Still, we'd like to see how many of our readers agree, or disagree with DJ Koh's statement. Are the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge the most beautiful smartphones in the world? Vote in our poll below, and chime in in the comments section if you have anything to add on the matter.

In case you missed Samsung's Galaxy S7 announcement event, you can watch it below (for DJ Koh's bold claim, skip to 33:02). Also, for a closer look at the new smartphones, you should check out our Galaxy S7 hands-on and our Galaxy S7 edge hands-on.

Are the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge the "most beautiful smartphones on the planet"?

Yes
49.2%
No
50.8%




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