These Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cases may reveal the smartphone's design

These Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cases may reveal the smartphone's design
In recent years, it's become rather common to see unannounced smartphones revealed by accessory makers (unintentionally or not). Thus, we're not surprised to discover that, as of today, we can pre-order cases made for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Manufactured by British company Olixar, these "NovaShield Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cases" that you can see below seemingly reveal the design of the next-gen Note (at least partially). As rumored many times until now, the Galaxy Note 7 appears to feature a dual-edge display - most likely, a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD panel. There's obviously an S Pen stylus on board, and it looks like this is housed on the lower right side of the device - just like on last year's Galaxy Note 5. The back of the Note 7 doesn't seem to be too different from the rear of its predecessor, including a protruding camera (likely similar to the 12 MP cameras found inside the Galaxy S7 family), and a heart rate sensor.

As for the Galaxy Note 7 cases themselves, these cost $19.99 a piece, being made out of TPU and polycarbonate, with either leather-like, or carbon fiber finishes. Reportedly, they should keep "your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 safe, sleek and stylish."

At the moment, there's no way of telling if this is exactly what the Galaxy Note 7 actually looks like (though we don't really think that it could look too different, since previously leaked renders showed a similar design). Samsung is planning to announce the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2, and could release it shortly after that. The new handset should be dust- and water-resistant, running Android Marshmallow with a brand new TouchWiz interface on top.

To find out more about what Samsung's next high-end smartphone is expected to offer, check out our Galaxy Note 7 rumor review.

source: MobileFun via Sam Mobile

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