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Hideous Handsets: Leaked Galaxy S7 Active and 12 even uglier phones

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S7 Active has leaked and, thanks to its ruggedised body, it looks pretty hideous – not to mention the weird gold paintjob.

The spin-off smartphone was leaked to Twitter by prominent tipster Evan Blass, revealing a gaudy golden handset that puts Ali G to shame. While we can’t say for certain that this leak is legitimate, Blass certainly has an impressive track record for accurate mobile leaks.

Check it out:

https://twitter.com/statuses/732539896309551104

But in fairness to Samsung, this isn’t the first beastly blower we’ve ever seen, nor is it likely to be the last. Since the dawn of mobile telecommunications, homely handsets have been dropping off the ugly tree in abundance.

Here are some of the worst offenders:

1. Goldvish Le Million (2007)

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2. Lamborghini TL88 (2015)

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3. Samsung Cleo (2008)

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4. Vertu Signature Boucheron Cobra (2006)

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5. Toshiba G450 (2008)

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6. GoldGenie’s iPhone 6S ‘Supernova’ (2015)

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7. Nokia 3650 (2002)

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8. Motorola VC6096 (2014)

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9. Hanmac New Defency (2015)

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10. GSM F88 Phone Watch (2006)

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11. Nokia 7600 (2007)

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12. Bang & Olufsen Serene (2005)

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Have we missed any hideous phones off this list? Let us know in the comments.

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