Presentation slide exposes possible Galaxy S7 specifications

We might be only a month away from the official unveiling of the Galaxy S7, but the rumour mills are not seeing a full stop unless the device is out. If rumours are to be believed, the Galaxy S7 is likely to come out at MWC 2016 which is going to happen in Barcelona, Spain between February 22 – February 25. Galaxy S7 by Samsung is the point of focus at the moment for the tech world. Expectations are high from Samsung once again this time. Everyone’s anxiously waiting for the day to come and see what Samsung has got for its fans this time.possible-samsung-galaxy-s7-leak-2
We’ve already covered loads of news and rumours regarding the Galaxy S7 on our site. Just a couple of days ago, some new stuff seems to have slipped out from Samsung’s hands. What has leaked out is a picture of a presentation slide that displays the possible specifications of the upcoming Galaxy flagship. It comes from anonymous source who claims himself to be a Samsung employee. While it’s not clear whether the displayed specifications are real or just a rumour, we will recommend you to have a look on the slide while tasting a pinch of salt.
According to the leaked picture, the Galaxy S7 will carry a 5.1-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Samsung’s latest camera sensor, the 12MP BRITECELL will occupy some space at the back. Galaxy S7 will be powered up with either Samsung’s Exynos 8890 SoC or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 SoC. Samsung is getting back to its trend of releasing a Qualcomm and Non-Qualcomm variant of its flagship devices. Galaxy S7 will carry a 4 GB RAM under the hood.
The leaked picture hints at the Galaxy S7 to follow the same design line as that of the Galaxy S6. That’s all that we know for now. We have our eyes on the MWC 2016 to bring the latest stuff as soon as it comes out. Stay tuned and don’t forget to drop us your take on the leaked specifications of the Galaxy S7.

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