Already accompained to a prior visual leak of Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy hardware, the so called Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, and today, there is another crispy render pushed into the public domain that actually shows the rear panel of the purported devices. This latest one adds yet more confirmation that the leaked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will remain smae with the design of last year’s S6 and S6 Edge flagships.
It also gives us an insight into a number of small but relevant changes that Samsung has decided to make with its upcooming S7 smartphones. With the latest leaks hands-on, the overall visuals and design of the hardware hasn’t been changed too much from 2015’s flagships range, but nevertheless there are certain notable differences found. If you take a close look at the leaked render you’ll definitely notice that the corners of the S7 and S7 Edge appear to be adding more round than its predecessors.
Now that it also appears that Samsung has applied a taper to the edges of the gadget, and there’s also a change to the flash module that fits alongside the camera.
If you put together the previously leaked frontal visuals altogether with these rear renders, you will surely get aknowledged with what actually Samsung won’t be making any huge wholesale changes to the next Galaxy S flagship series. I bet there won’t be any disappointment when Samsung introduces the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge in the coming weeks, and that for sure.
Technically, here are some alleged specifications that we exactly don’t know until officially revealed at the Unpacked event, takes place in Barcelona on February 21st. Release date and shipping will be expected in March, as the Galaxy S7 design is once again accompained by the reintroduction of the microSD card slot to allow users to expand the storage capacity of the device, pressure sensitive and Live-Photos-like mode found on Apple’s iPhone 6s/6s Plus, fully waterproof rated, and along with the additional inclusion of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 CPU, another with Exynos 8890 in certain device models.
(Source: @evleaks [Twitter])