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Samsung Galaxy S7 image purportedly leaked online: an outlook on features and design

Samsung brand is almost ready for the next flagship release. We have the proven image of next rival, which seems to be the Galaxy S7 chassis. The purportedly leaked image was spotted in Weibo social network. For some reason, Weibo took down the image. If you don’t want to miss it! Check out the below image in every angle.

Samsung Galaxy S7 release date is not far away, the company reportedly started production of new flagship production for all galaxy fans. Samsung might release Samsung Galaxy S7 in the mid-March or mid-February-We are not sure about it. As you can see in the image, the chassis seems to be a lightweight aluminium alloy. It can control heating problem and stay safe in bend test. Akin to iPhone 6s, Samsung is looking forward some improvement in the body.

We don’t see any brand name or device name labelled on the chassis, but still it is one of the next unreleased smartphone. 

All leaked images seems to be real and aren’t photoshopped. If you look at the chassis on side way, we can get some clue on device designs. The top/bottom layer, it has got USB charging and audio jack ports. To bring some texture on the body, the company added two stripes that end up somewhere and rounded corner edge. Samsung Galaxy S7 leaked image itself prove that all internal hardware is fully covered with metal border design.

The company’s upcoming rival will include 5.1 inch screen size that featured with AMOLED display. Furthermore, there are no rumors on the Samsung Galaxy S7 chipset. We can expect Exynos 8890 chip or Snapdragon 820 chipset that boosts 3GB RAM. As we all know that, Marshmallow is the latest operating system from Google. In our point of view, Samsung Galaxy S7 will also adopt Marshmallow OS to boost the hardware.

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