iPhone 7 Edge concept shows a 2K edge display and stereo speakers

iPhone 7 edge concept

With the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus next year, Apple will be giving the iPhone lineup a design refresh. Apple usually refreshes the design of the iPhone once in every two years so this should not really come as a surprise. 

At this point, the iPhone 7 is in early stages of its development so it is exactly unclear how the device will look. However, that has not stopped concept artist SCAVidsHD from coming up with their own take on the design of the iPhone 7.

Dubbed the ‘iPhone 7 Edge’, the creator envisions the next iPhone to feature a 5.5-inch curved display with 2K resolution display, an A10 chip with 4GB RAM, 3500mAh battery, surround sound speakers and a 16MP camera.

The concept looks similar to the iPhone 6 from the front, with only a few minor design tweaks, including speaker grilles at the top and bottom. Taking a cue of out Samsung’s book, the display of this concept iPhone 7 extends to its edges for an immersive experience.

Unlike previous iPhone 7 concepts that we have seen, the ‘iPhone 7 Edge’ keeps the home button with the integrated Touch ID sensor around. It also lacks a camera hump that is present on the iPhone 6s for which Apple was heavily criticised.

What do you think about this iPhone 7 Edge concept?