Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Leaked Ahead of Galaxy Unpacked Event
Just hours before the Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for February 21st, new images of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have leaked, via Android Headlines, giving us an exclusive look at both flagship devices from almost every angle.
From a quick look at the leaked images, it becomes obvious that the upcoming Galaxy S7 duo will, for the most part, be similar to last year’s devices in terms of the overall design and feel; but, along with that, confirm a few of the more subtle details as well.
First, the images show that the Galaxy S7 Edge will feature a larger display at 5.5-inches, compared to the Galaxy S7’s 5.2-inch display. It also becomes clearer that the devices will feature an always-on display mode, similar to sensors on Motorola devices, as well as include a microUSB port or a USB Type-C port.
Further, a nice close up of the apps on the homescreen show Samsung Pay nestled in amongst the usual Google inclusions. Samsung also appears to have ditched the protruding camera hump around the back of the device. Though it’s a little difficult to confirm whether or not the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be launching with a 12.1-megapixel camera, compared to the the S6’s 16MP.
As expected, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is onboard, but we can also spot January 1st 2016 security update level and even the KNOX version 2.6.
Last but not least, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will also be water-resistant, with IP 68 certification.
Source: Android Headlines
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