Have another look at the front of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge

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This morning, another image of the upcoming Galaxy S7 Edge from Samsung was posted on Twitter.

We’ve already seen unofficial press renders and other leaked images of the phone, and now we have something belonging to the latter category.

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Steve Hemmerstoffer, Editor at NowhereElse, shared the image above showing the front of the Galaxy S7 Edge in black. You can see the curved edges, phone and camera shortcuts, and a spacious home button sitting below the display.

The Galaxy S7 Edge is expected to have a 5.5-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) Super AMOLED always-on display, Qualcomm or Samsung processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot for expansion, a 12MP rear camera, a 3600mAh battery, and a lighter version of TouchWiz covering Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This information comes from numerous reports as well as our very own source. On Thursday, Talk Android broke the story that Samsung will really be cleaning up and slimming down software this year.

Want your best official look at the Galaxy S7 Edge? Then check out this video where Samsung teases the phone by allowing a pastry chef to unbox it and create a cake based on what he saw. If that’s not good enough for you, just wait until Sunday, February 21, because that’s when Samsung will unveil its new flagship for the world to see.

Source: Steve Hemmerstoffer (Twitter)


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