Leaked teaser points to February 21 for #TheNextGalaxy from Samsung

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It’s all but confirmed that we’ll see the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge appear at MWC 2016 in Barcelona next month. Almost guaranteeing that we’ll see the two phones on the much-anticipated February 21 date are two stills shared by Evan Blass, presumably taken from a teaser video that has yet to be released by Samsung.

The images show that #TheNextGalaxy is coming on February 21, 2016.

The two Samsung flagships, which are the same outside of size and display structure, are said to be redirecting the company back to its old ways in order to woo consumers. That means we’ll see a microSD card slot, water resistance, and a large battery featured with both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. An alleged Samsung employee spoke to Nader last week and also revealed exactly what should be expected. This person repeated much of what we’ve heard and said Samsung is following the recent trend of lowering megapixels and choosing a better module to handle various lighting conditions. And, on the software side, Samsung wants to combine an Apple Live Photos-like feature.

As mentioned before, February 21 will be a very busy day for the mobile industry if Samsung hosts something. Why? Because LG is preparing to debut what will likely be the G5.

It’s likely Samsung chooses this week to send out invites to a media event for MWC 2016 considering February 21 is just three weeks away.

Source: Evan Blass (Twitter)


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