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