Samsung Galaxy S7 Front Panel Leaked; No Major Changes!
In about two months’ time, Samsung Galaxy S7 is supposed to be officially unveiled, but as it is the case with the smartphone market, rumors and leaks have already filled us in on a number of aspects of the device. The latest among those being an allegedly leaked front panel of the mobile.
Although it is an unconfirmed news, the leak comes through a French website called Nowhereelse which has a pretty solid track record of legitimate leaks. However, the downside is that it has not really given us a lot of new things to look at.
As you can see in the image, the alleged front facade is almost the same as Samsung Galaxy S6, their current flagship smartphone.
The only differences that have been spotted include a very minor change in dimensions of the front panel of Samsung Galaxy S7 which could possibly be the most visible change you can see if you compare the two models.
Moving on, the home button of the device seems to have been turned a little longer. Based on the past rumors, this makes sense as Samsung is probably going to improve the quality of fingerprint sensor that is going to accompany the upcoming smartphone. It is also a little more rectangular than S6.
Sensors on the new device have been moved to the right side which means the sensors as well as the camera are going to be grouped together.
It is expected that Samsung Galaxy S7 will be unveiled on February 21.
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