Leaked WATERPROOF parts of Galaxy S7

Apparently we now have quite clear picture of the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge even though there are still a few weeks before MWC 2016 event is scheduled. To see what we expect the new Galaxy to look like, checkout the Leaked picture that unveiled Samsung Galaxy S7 yesterday.


Other than the various new features which are being introduced in the new flagship models, WATER-RESISTANCE was being anticipated. This expectation has now been confirmed as the list of waterproof components have been released on the internet. This news regarding water-resistance feature, similar to S5,  has been unveiled by Zauba which is well-known for occasionally revealing details about unannounced smartphones.’



The import-export list released by Zauba reveals several components which confirm the prediction of S7 and S7 edge being waterproof to improve the durability and robustness of the phone. The list includes a waterproof SIM tray and microphone made for Samsung SM-G930 (which is just another fancy name for Galaxy S7). Although it should be kept in mind that these type of components are never completely water-proof, so you’ll have to avoid keeping your phone underwater for an extended period of time.



As far as the design of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is concerned, it looks a lot like its predecessor, Galaxy S6, minus the camera hump. In the leaked pictures, we can also observe a metal frame which resembles the S6, although it will have a curvy back to enable customers to have better grip of their phones.

Apart from Zauba’s recent revelation, they also announced that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will be equipped with either Snapdragon 820 processor, or Exynos 8890. Moreover features like 4 GB RAM, 12MP rear camera with britecell technology, and a more powerful battery are being anticipated. Thanks to Zauba, we also know that S7 and S7 edge will also feature a 5.1″ and 5.5″ Super AMOLED display respectively.

Stay tuned for more updates.

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