Leaked Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus 3D model rendered on video

Samsung logoA few days ago we published purported 3D renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Plus – the upcoming 5.1" and 6" flagships from Samsung. Now OnLeaks and uSwitch have cooked up a more realistic render and made a short video of it.

The phone largely looks like a Galaxy S6. The sides seem more rounded, which plays nice with the 2.5D glass on the front and the back.

Unfortunately, there's also no microSD slot visible (just a SIM slot) and no USB Type-C either – if the renders are accurate, it's a bog standard microSD. The failure of microUSB 3.0 may still be fresh in Samsung's mind.

Anyway, it's the Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus in the video, which measures 163.32 x 82.01 x 7.82mm (9.05mm if you count the camera hump).

Leaked Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus 3D model rendered on video

A subtle change makes the Home button/fingerprint reader is wider but narrower – it goes from 16 x 6.7mm on the S6 to 18 x 5mm on the S7. The front-facing camera has been moved all the way to the right.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 duo may get unveiled on February 21, about a week before the MWC. It may mark Samsung's return to Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets (at least for some SKUs) and bring a big BRITECELL camera.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: Galaxy S7, Samsung, smartphones

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