Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge leaked ahead of MWC 2016
Samsung’s new Galaxy unveiled ahead of its official announcement at Mobile World Congress
As Mobile World Congress 2016 starts tomorrow, mobile vendors are expected to reveal big news, including Samsung. However ahead of its official announcement, leaks of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have emerged.
According to Android Headlines, an unnamed source supplied the site with images of the smartphones ahead of Samsung's announcement. The Galaxy Edge S7 will feature a larger display at 5.5in, compared to the Galaxy's S7's 5.2in display.
Android Headlines revealed the overall look and feel of the devices are similar to last year's releases, but with a few subtle changes. For instance, both the S7 and S7 Edge feature standard micro-USB ports, rather than USB type-C ports.
Furthermore the images on the site show Samsung Pay is prominently featured amongst the Google apps and the About screen shows that the device runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and the KNOX version is 2.4, meaning further features into their security suite.
Samsung is yet to make its official announcement at MWC.