Video Of Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus 3D Renders Leaked

Posted: Dec 10 2015, 8:03pm CST | by , in Rumors | Technology News

Video Of Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus 3D Renders Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Plus have been in rumors since the day their soon-to-be predecessors were released.

Just few days ago, alleged 3D renders of the devices made rounds on the web.

It is dubbed that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will have 5.1 inch screen and Galaxy S7 Plus will have 6 inch screen.

Both devices are expected flagships by Samsung for 2016. Yet again, today, another render gave us close to the reality check of the new devices.

OnLeaks and uSwitch have showed more realistic renders of both the flagships and made a short video of them.

The phone is much similar to this year’s Galaxy S6. The sides are more curved and have 2.5D glass on the front and the back.

As witnessed on the render, there is no microSD card slot and no USB Type-C either. There is only one slot for SIM.

If the renders are considered to be true, than the device has standard microSD.

The reason of the standard microSD can be due to Samsung’s microUSB 3.0 failure.

The device shown in the video is the Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus. It measures around 163.32 x 82.01 x 7.82mm (9.05mm more for the camera hump).

The Home button and Fingerprint scanner are wider than the devices present now. It is 16 x 6.7mm on S6 while 18 x 5mm in the alleged S7.

The front facing camera has been placed right instead of the usual left side.

Also, the devices are considered to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets with a big BRITECELL camera.

It is expected that the upcoming duo will be unveiled one week before MWC. The date may be February 21.

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