Android loyalists have already marked their calendars for the Samsung Galaxy S7 launching event which is said will be held a day prior to the Mobile World Congress 2016 kick-off.
A recent presentation slide leak, received by PhoneArena, suggested more or less similar specs as were revealed in a benchmark leak with regards to the Galaxy S7. This along with multiple images of what is believed to be the Galaxy S7 doing the rounds, not much has been left to the imagination. However, there is no denying that certain details continue to be shrouded in uncertainty. Here’s a quick recap of what to expect from the Galaxy S7 when the handset is unveiled on February 21.
Samsung Galaxy S7 may feature a 5.1-inch 1440p display and come powered by either a Snapdragon 820 processor or the company’s own Exynos 8890 chipset with 4GB RAM. It is believed that the variants possessing the latest Qualcomm chip will find its way to the US, while the one with the new Exynos processors should be released in Asia.
Some specs on the surface appear like major downgrades from the Galaxy S6, such as the snapper. The Galaxy S7 may sport a 12MP camera as opposed to the Galaxy S6 with a 16MP snapper. However the one on the Galaxy S7, may possess a higher aperture (f/1.7) with dual-PD (dual-photodiode) technology ensuring better images. The handset may also house a massive 3600mAh battery and arrive with 64GB of internal storage. As far as the design is concerned, the upcoming flagship will look quite similar to the Galaxy S6 besides a few minor tweaks. Fans may also get to enjoy the Vivid Photos feature on the handset, which is very similar to the Live Photos launched with the iPhone 6S series, as noted by Tech Radar.
Samsung fans can keep coming back for more updates and leaks since the D-day happens to be only two weeks away.