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Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus 3D Renders Leaked in a Video

11 December, 2015 Samsung

High-quality 3D model renders exclusively published by uSwitch Tech have given all the mobile enthusiasts the 360-degree view of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and it is rumored that the smartphone could be available in the market as early as February 2016.

Displaying the larger ‘Plus' variant of the Galaxy S7, the renders which were released by @OnLeaks, known as Steve Hemmerstoffer from emphasizes that they're from the source can be highly trusted. They are based on detailed blueprints which were given to third-party accessory manufacturers before phone's launch.

The blueprints help case-makers to make sure that the device accessories manufactured by them will be compatible with the final device.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) features a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED screen with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution whereas Xiaomi Mi 5 has slightly larger screen of 5.7-inch IPS LCD display with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution, both displaying high quality images. From the leak it can be seen that there will be a standard micro-USB charging port instead of USB Type-C along with the same camera placement, speaker grills and there won't be any microSD slot. The primary difference is that the home button seems more rectangular and squared off at the corners, as well as little bit wider overall.

Samsung may lift the curtain from Galaxy S7 duo on February 21, just about a week before the MWC. This may pave the way for Samsung to return to Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets (for some SKUs) and use a big BRITECELL snapper.

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