There's no way to deny that Samsung creates some very powerful mobile devices, they have always integrated some of the most powerful internals out there. This year, the company proved that they are also capable of integrating these components into well-designed hardware built with premium materials. For these reasons, Samsung phones always create great expectations and we've been hearing some rumors about the Galaxy S7 lineup. It has been reported that Samsung could announce them a little earlier than when they have introduced previous versions of their flagships, so it seems likely that they will be unveiled in January or February.
The Galaxy S6 Edge with its curved display on the sides was praised for how it improved on the looks of the phone and bringing some extra functionality, so it seems likely that Samsung will once again introduce two flagship phones, probably called the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Apparently, both phones are already being tested by AT&T and we even got to know the rumored model numbers for each, SM-G930A and SM-G935A. We still don't know if these phones will feature a similar design based on glass in front and back with a metal frame holding them together, or if the company will take a different approach like using a metallic unibody.
We are unsure of many things, but a list of accessories has recently surfaced that are supposedly meant to be introduced alongside both of these phones. The available accessories will be the Glitter Cover, S View Cover, Clear Cover and a Keyboard Cover. They will be available for both phones and they all have model numbers ending in 930 and 935, just like the rumored model numbers of the devices. We've come to know all of these accessories as they have been released for the Galaxy S6 phones and some are exclusive to the more recently introduced phones like the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+, and more accessories will probably be announced shortly after, with the possibility of some coming from well-known brands in a partnership with Samsung. The listed Keyboard Cover is particularly interesting, as one might wonder how comfortable it would be to type on a physical keyboard in a phone with a 5.1-inch screen, so either Samsung has figured out a way to make this work on a more compact size or the screens of both phones are getting a little larger.