Before the technology companies come in full swing to Mobile World Congress to showcase their latest offerings for 2016, we came to know some exciting news about Samsung Mobile. Less than a week before the event, we can now guess what the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge may look like.
Samsung, which might unveil Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge in Barcelona, has lost its excitement as all its specs and colors are leaked before the event.
Based on recent leaks and tweets by Evan Blass, Samsung will initially release the S7 edge in Black, Gold, and Silver variants, whereas the company will release Black and Gold variants for Galaxy S7.
As the images suggest, Samsung might have dropped launching Blue, Green, and White variants this time. If the leaks are to be believed, then the technology company will face questions of squeezing color variants – some consumers already raised their concerns in reply to Evan’s tweet. Samsung will have only two flagship launch this year, and the devices will hit the stores by the end of March.
The leak also shows that silver and gold variants might have a strange “bent” home button. The Galaxy S7 edge features 5.5” QHD always ON display AMOLED technology, whereas the standard S7 offers a 5.1’’ panel. As leaks indicated, the S7 edge looks taller than S7 and has a curvier back that hints at housing a significantly larger battery.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 will be powered by a non-removable 3000mAh battery, and that is to be 3600mAh for the S7 Galaxy edge, which is compatible with wireless charging. The devices might be coming with Exynos 8890 Octa chipset and 32GB internal storage with the expansion of microSD slots.
Another rumor suggests that the S7 edge and S7 will be available for 800 and 700 Euros, respectively as the two devices will be offering a lower storage capacity.