We have already seen the yet-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone in several renders and other leaks. Now, the smartphone has surfaced on the Internet in a couple of new images and a short 14-second video.
Out of two new leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy S7, one shows the front panel of the device alongside confirming the microSD card support. In the image, the Galaxy S7’s SIM slot is seen featuring an extra slot for the microSD card. In the second leaked image, the rear panel of the Galaxy S7 is visible. Corroborating earlier leaks, the Galaxy S7 features a design language that’s similar to the Galaxy S6.
Android Authority says that it received the device from an anonymous insider. The 14-second video doesn’t show much about the Galaxy S7 design but offers a look at the UI of the upcoming flagship. If the leaked video is to be believed then we might see a tight Flipboard integration in TouchWiz for future Galaxy smartphones.
The sources also claim that the Galaxy S7 may pack a 2800mAh battery instead of the 3000mAh battery capacity being rumoured for the upcoming Samsung flagship. To recall, the Galaxy S6 came with a 2550mAh battery.
Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S7 smartphone at the “Galaxy Unpacked 2016” event on Sunday in Barcelona, Spain. The company ahead of the official unveiling of the Galaxy S7 has started teasing the smartphone in YouTube videos.
A recent report had suggested that the Galaxy S7 will be available at a starting price of EUR 699.99 (approximately Rs. 53,500) for the 32GB model while the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge will start at EUR 799.99 (approximately Rs. 61,000) for the 32GB model. Both the new Galaxy high-end phones are expected to start shipping only starting March 11.