Just around a month before the expected official unveiling of Samsung's next big thing, the upcoming Galaxy S7, we still haven't seen any huge leaks and the phone remains a fairly well kept mystery.
We have heard some things: Samsung is expected to introduce various versions of the device, and by now it seems certain that there will be a model running on Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 820 system chip and another one, with Samsung's custom Exynos solution. Other rumors have also mentioned that Samsung might release a regular Galaxy S7 and then a curved Galaxy S7 Edge.
There is also a microSD card slot depicted right on the bottom of the device, with the slot being particularly interesting: it looks like your typical card reader where you don't have an enclosed tray for the card, but rather an open slot.
With a razor thin border around three of its four sides, all of the ports of the phone are pictured at the top: the 3.5mm headset jack and the USB Type C are all there.
You can see images of the concept right below, but don't forget for a moment that this is merely a concept and a wild one at that. Chances are that the Galaxy S7 Edge, when it arrives, will be much less radical than those images show.