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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Is Seen In The New Leaked Image

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is found in the new leaked photos, posted by nowhereelse.fr and the Vietnamese site, eviewdao.vn. The image shows the  design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. This is the first live image and give us the clue of what can happen on the upcoming MWC.

According to this image, Galaxy S7 design has changed a bit. On the front side, the top of glass display has a curved contour, not only on the right and left sides. It looks more symmetrical. Moreover, the back case also made of glass and it adopts the same curve contour. The absence of Samsung brand in the bottom of the earpiece looks odd. However, maybe because it’s just a prototype device, that’s why they didn’t include the brand.

Galaxy S7 adopts the black color. So does with the home button’s color without a ring silver surrounds as its predecessor. The image also shows the Antutu benchmark, that is 134704. The device is believed uses Samsung Exynos 8890 chipset or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 depending on the market.

Samsung Galaxy S7 will be shown at Mobile World Congress on February 21, 2016. It will replace their previous flagship.

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