Samsung Galaxy S7 Render Images Spotted Online

December 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Come January, and we might listen to the official revelation from Samsung about its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7.

We already have a pile of sources that speak of various details about the upcoming flagship. But not all of them seem to be coming from legit channels. However, some do tend to be keeping close tabs.

One among them is GSMArena, who has now revealed the render leaks of the upcoming smartphone that’s expected to be arriving cheaper than the previous version. It appears to have flown in from ITSkins, a third party accessory manufacturer.

Galaxy S7

We barely could spot any difference from the front view images, but other angles reveals that Galaxy S7 will have a protruded camera on its rear. It also appears that Samsung is having an extra slot on the sides, which presumably could be for the SIM cards. It doesn’t quite appear to be the one for micro SDs with an indication of pin-hole ejector. However return of external storage cannot be ruled out either.

Analysts suggest that Samsung might drop their move of sunning the microSD slots following the agitation that was developed among its user base.

The images also iterate that Galaxy S7 will sport a metallic unibody design, like it was revealed earlier. These are of course rendered images, and we don’t have any near confirmations of whether this could be the real attire in which S7 arrives.

Yet, the size measurements do appear with a brighter prospect of being true.

Galaxy S7 -1

Accordingly, Samsung Galaxy S7 will be sized 143.37 x 70.8 x 6.94 mm, suggesting that Samsung is not beefing up the device when compared to its predecessor. The Galaxy S6 sported a measurement of 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8 mm.

The upcoming Galaxy would also mark the first time for which Samsung will launch two size variants of their flagship. Apart from the above said dimension, the Galaxy S7 will also arrive in a bigger size with measurements reading 163.32 x 82.01 x 7.82mm.

That hints at a phablet device with a 6-inch screen, which is also expected to be called Galaxy S7 Plus. If that turns true, we would have to see how Samsung churns out the next iteration of their flagship phablet Galaxy Note.

Previous rumors have also suggested that Samsung will be loading a more power-packed performance comparatively with the inclusion of Exynos 8890 chipset. A version which arrives with the new Qualcom 820 chipset is also on the cards, with Samsung aiming to split the chipset variants according to regions.

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