Published on January 30th, 2016 | by Gary Johnson0
Galaxy S7 release and design seemingly revealed
Smartphone sales may have started to fall slightly for both Apple and Samsung but the usual pre-launch leaks and speculation are still present, and today the Galaxy S7 release and design have seemingly been revealed.
We have already heard talk of the possible specifications for the upcoming release for the Samsung Galaxy S7, and now some images have emerged from a previously reliable source.
The images that you can see on this page come courtesy of @evleaks that has a good track record in this kind of thing, and as you can see the design for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge look pretty similar to last year’s offering, but there is talk of some welcome differences.
As you can see from the images on this page they have a date of February 21st which will probably be the date the two phones are unveiled in a Samsung Unpacked event that historically takes place just before the Mobile World Congress.
This kicks off in Barcelona, Spain on February 22nd and Samsung normally unveils its new flagship smartphone the day before, and it is being claimed that the S7 will keep the same 5.1-inch display of the S6, but the S7-edge could have a 5.5-inch screen.
There are also claims the new handsets will welcome back microSD card support along with water-resistance and be powered by longer lasting batteries. Of course there will be new chipsets powering the handsets coupled with 4GB of RAM, while the camera on the back will drop to 12-megapixels but with larger sensors that should be better than what is currently found on the S6.
As usual though these claims have to be taken with a large pinch of salt until they are unveiled officially next month.
Will you be upgrading to the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge this year?