We saw an operational Galaxy S7 in a leaked video earlier this week, and the Galaxy S7 edge has now joined in on the fun. A picture of the curvy S7 published on Twitter shows the phone in its entirety from the front, and it’s the first time we’re seeing a working unit in the flesh.
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Samsung recently announced the beginning of the global rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its devices, with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge the first in line for the major update. In less than a week, the company has started pushing the update to the Galaxy Note 5, which is a good sign it will be moving a bit faster with updates this year.
The Galaxy S7 has leaked once again, in what could be our closest look at the final retail unit in the flesh. That’s saying a lot, especially with yesterday’s leak that showed both the phone and its box contents, but today the phone has been shown off in a short video and the microSD slot has finally been revealed in pictures.
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are expected to be near-perfect in terms of what they offer, yet their pricing was rumored to be on the same lines as the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge despite the inclusion of notably more features. A new leak is reiterating that Samsung’s next hero devices will not be commanding a higher price for those features.
Nothing is left to the imagination when it comes to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, thanks to the boatload of leaks that have permeated the web in recent times. Now, both handsets have gotten the necessary approval from the FCC as they near an official announcement and, if rumors pan out, market availability in just a little over a month.
Samsung has started rolling out the Android 6.0 update for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in its home country, a little over a month after the company launched a Marshmallow beta test for its first metal and glass flagships.
Are a physical keyboard, dual-curve display, and increased security worth a huge premium on a smartphone? The answer might vary depending on who you ask, but BlackBerry certainly seems to think those features are reason enough for launching the Priv in the Indian market for a whopping Rs. 62,999 (around $930).
Rumors and leaks about the Galaxy S7 have made their way online at a rapid pace in recent weeks, and every day seems to throw up a new titbit surrounding Samsung’s upcoming flagship. Today, evleaks is teasing us with a render that could be showing the rear side of an actual Galaxy S7.
Seeing a new device get a sequel within a month of its launch isn’t a very common sight in the smartphone industry, but it looks like Lenovo is looking to change tradition. The Chinese manufacturer has officially launched the K5 Note, less than a month after the K4 Note was unveiled.