Samsung Galaxy S7 Leaks In First Live Shot

Posted: Feb 9 2016, 1:31pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 9 2016, 10:14pm CST, in Rumors | Technology News


Samsung Galaxy S7 Leaks In First Live Shot

MWC 2016 is near, so is February 21. In case you have forgotten, the Samsung Galaxy S7 range is expected to unveil on the same date.

The rumors and leaks are flowing without boundary. As the launch is nearing, the live photos of the upcoming devices have started to appear online.

The leaked image has travelled all the way from Vietnam. As per the image, there is a curved back along with a non-existent camera bump.

It is believable because these features verify all our guesses and already known rumors.

There is a sleek, shiny metal frame and the description along with a shot mentioned that it is a magnesium metal frame.

This means that Samsung has ditched the aluminum frame. However, we are not clear if the back panel is glass or not.

Apart from the above mentioned details, the leak also confirms that there will be a gap between performance of Snapdragon 820 version and the Exynos 8890 one.

Exynos is considered to be 15% more powerful both in CPU and GPU tests.

The leak also mentions waterproof structure and a good battery performance with zero to eighty percent charging within 30 minutes.

The leak, however, did not confirm the two day battery life rumor. The leak also mentioned that there will be a Britecell rear camera with 12MP resolution and an aperture of f/1.7.

The estimation regarding the pricing that the Galaxy S7 will be available at 16.49 million dong (roughly $740) and S7 Edge for and 19.9 million dong (roughly $890) is a cherry on the top.

Lastly, the leak also confirmed that the Smartphone will be first introduced to Vietnam on March 3rd and the sale will start from March 18 in Europe.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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