Leaked Samsung Galaxy S7 front panel shows no major design changes

Samsung logoWe're less than two months away from Samsung Galaxy S7's official reveal, but rumors about the phone's specs and design continue to pour in.

The latest information we have about the upcoming flagship smartphone comes in the form of an image that shows the front panel. The picture of the alleged Galaxy S7 has been made public by French blog Nowhereelse, which has a long track of accurate leaks.

The front panel doesn't reveal anything new regarding design. It looks pretty much similar to the previous model, Samsung Galaxy S6, but with a few exceptions.

For example, it seems like the physical Home button has been made a little longer, possibly to cover a better fingerprint sensor. The slight change in dimension might have been a simple design choice as well.

It's also worth mentioning that the Home button has a slight rectangular form, unlike the Galaxy S6's button that is more rounded.

Also, the Galaxy S7's sensors have been moved from left to right, above the display. So, we now have the sensors and the front camera all crowded on the upper right side of the phone while the left part is completely clean.

Leaked Samsung Galaxy S7 front panel shows no major design changes

Aside from these small details, the Galaxy S7 will look very much like the previous model, but it will pack better specs if we are to believe the latest rumors.

Speaking of which, the Galaxy S7 is expected to be unveiled on February 21, along with one or more variations that should come out as well.

The smartphone is rumored to boast a 5.2-inch Quad HD display, 4GB of RAM and an impressive 20-megapixel camera.

The Galaxy S7 will be powered by either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor or a Samsung Exynos 8890 CPU, depending on the model.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Galaxy S7, Samsung, smartphones

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