The Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors have increased in intensity, further strengthening the speculation that its launch may just be right around the corner.
The latest leak, as shared by Napidroid reveals that the upcoming flagship from the stables of Samsung will arrive running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and boasting a 4GB RAM. These details sit in well with the recent Antutu leak of the Samsung Galaxy S7. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Antutu leak also reveals similar details. And any fan would expect these specs from the 2016 flagship devices by the Korean company.
Other rumored specs include 5.1-inch 1440 x 2560 display, 64GB storage, a 12MP camera on the rear panel and a 5MP front-facing snapper. It would be safe to say that the device will arrive with the latest version of Marshmallow, right out of the box.
The leak also shows-off what looks like the Exynos 8890 chipset, that has long been predicted to arrive embedded in the device. There is no denying that the company will be opting for different processors for different regions since there has been word about the Galaxy S7 running on Qualcomm’s latest for regions in North America. What fans may probably like is that the handset may boast of Vivid Photos feature, which is quite like the Live Photos on iPhone 6S. The Samsung Galaxy S4 brought with it the Animated GIF and Sound and Shot features and now the upcoming device may bring Vivid Photos.
It is widely accepted that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will show-up at the Mobile World Congress which kicks-off on February 22. With exactly a month to go before the D-day arrives, tech aficionados should look forward to to hear more details as we come closer to the speculated unveiling. Share your thoughts about what you expect from the upcoming Galaxy S7 in the comments section below. Keep coming back for latest updates, rumors and speculations on the Android device.