Samsung Galaxy S7 details and images

Samsung Galaxy S7

With the Mobile World Congress 2016 around the corner, we are awaiting eagerly for our favorite device to get launched soon. Some of us have already packed their bags and are all set to head to Barcelona. The rumors received in the past few weeks make clear that we will get a plenty of devices from this event but there is no doubt that most of us are focused on the next flagship phone of the Korean giant, Samsung Galaxy S7.

We have already seen this handset leaked a number of times and being sold online in various color options. It was also seen being unboxed by a IIama but today we have got to know about some insider goodies of this smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S7


According to the source, the upcoming flagship device of the Korean giant will run on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. There will be a 12 MP rear camera, IP68 or IP67 rating which makes it water and dust resistant. This smartphone will come powered by either a Snapdragon 820 chipset or Exynos 8890 chip.

It will be packed by 2,800 mAh battery and a microSD support. Another thing assured by the manufacturer is that this handset will not get the USB Type C, while we were hearing about its availability from quite long now. This information might have disappointed many of you but believe us you will be happy with most of the features on this smartphone.

Another important thing to mention is that though the camera of this phone will be 12MP but it will be set at larger pixels and this doesn’t tell us anything about its picture quality at all.


This phone falls in line with the previous leaks and features a similar build and design as the previous Galaxy S6 phone. It is provided with a metal frame and glass back/front. The manufacturer has also included the iconic home button and the image clearly displays the microSD and SIM tray combination.

For the first time ever, we have got a raw footage of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 phone with a simple and clean interface but we are also looking forward for the homescreen.

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