Images of Samsung Galaxy S7 appear online

Jan

31

2016

There are images appeared online of what the design would be the Galaxy and Galaxy S7 S7 Edge. The images were put online by EVLeaks, which recent years illustrations of many smartphones published first.

EVLeaks put a photo in a tweet and another over an old article on VentureBeat. The phones on the images seem to have about the same design as the current Galaxy S6 series, although the Edge version is visibly larger than the variant with flat screen. The USB port on the images appear of the micro-USB type, instead of the USB-C port that is available on several new smartphones. The back is not seen in the images, only the front and a few sides. Which, however, would no longer have a camera module that protrudes.

They are the first marketing renders that have appeared online of Samsung smartphones. Previously claimed EvLeaks that Samsung S7 is waterproof, as is the case with the S5. Furthermore, the manufacturer would again put an SD card slot in the device. Samsung will S7 features a camera with a maximum resolution of twelve megapixels. It will probably be a brit cell sensor. The camera features an f / 1.7 lens. The S6 has an f / 1.9 lens.

The S7 has information according to which a 5.1 “screen with 2560×1440 pixels, just like the current S6. S7 Edge has a slightly larger screen of 5.5”, with the same resolution. Samsung would “always aan’ function for the S7, which can show the screen always information. Lumia phones and therefore Symbian models of Nokia have for years.

The S7 programs running on a Exynos Octa eight-soc or a Snapdragon SOC 820. It is unknown what the manufacturer will use in the Benelux. Samsung would like to present the S7 Series for Mobile World Congress in February and will release in March. Samsung hinted himself during the presentation of the quarterly figures for a release in March.

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