The rate at which the Samsung Galaxy S7 images and details are being leaked, it appears that there may be no surprises left at the event when the company finally launches the handset.

Tech aficionados may have seen and heard it all when it comes to the Galaxy S7 hardware, and so little has been spoken about the other features on the device including the ‘Always On Display’ mode. As noted by PhoneArena, recently a trademark filing by the company has brought this bit of information to the fore.

Taking about the software, the Galaxy S7 as well as the S7 Edge will be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, right out of the box. Furthermore, it is being widely believed that the lineup may also boast of an always-on display that gives users the liberty to quickly glace at notifications and other information. The always-on display mode won’t be the reason why the battery runs out of juice, since it is said to be quite light on that front at the rate of one percent per hour. Although this mode isn’t some path-breaking feature as it is seen on many devices out there, it will definitely be far convenient for Samsung loyalists looking to get their hands on the flagship.

A recent leak further strengthens the speculation that the flagship may possess an improved battery life. The leak also features images of the Samsung Galaxy S7 lineup in flesh, as noted by Sam Mobile. The images coincide with the renders that loyalists may have seen earlier. Additionally, the reported features including the curved edges and a flat camera bump sit in well with earlier speculations.

The leak confirms the many predictions that have been doing the rounds for quite a few months now. So, fans who still held onto the hope that the upcoming flagship may show-off some radical design changes may be disappointed. The Samsung Galaxy S7 lineup borrows heavily from its predecessor.

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