Samsung Galaxy S7 front panels leaks, comparison with older Samsung Galaxy Flagships

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There are leaks of a smartphone alleged to be that of the Samsung Galaxy S7. The sensors on the front of the handset are on the opposite side unlike images which were leaked earlier. The home button seems wide enough to accommodate the larger rectangular button which remains similar to images leaked earlier. Phonearena has reported a story about the leaks that are alleged to be that of the Samsung Galaxy S7. Samsung Galaxy S7 front panel leaks; compare it to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 panels.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 front panels leaks, compared with older Flagships
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Images leaked earlier about the Samsung Galaxy S7 and those that were leaked now have a lot of differences. The Galaxy S7 is comparable to the front panels of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. There is quite some differences between the previous leaks, and the recent ones. The new image has some of the sensors on the front of the Galaxy S7. The screen of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S6. The bezel is thinner than the older model, while the home button has pretty much the same size.

Galaxy S7 front panel is similar to the one seen in the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the Samsung Galaxy S7 panel looks like a smaller version of Samsung's high end phablet.

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It can be expected that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be introduced in February 21st at the Samsung unpacked 2016 event. The launch is expected a day before the Mobile World Congress 2016 starts in Barcelona. The Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to carry a 5.2-inch screen with a resolution of 1440x2560 pixels. Its likely that the Galaxy S7 will be powered by the Snapdragon 820 SoC, a quad-core CPU, Adreno 530 GPU, 4GB RAM on the inside.


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