The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone could be labelled as one of the most talked about new smartphones of the season. The device has been a hot item in the rumor mill for several months now. In recent weeks, more leaks and speculations about the device surfaced along with an expected launch that was said to be coming very soon.
Now, there is more information about the devices in the series as the screen sizes of two variants may have been revealed through import documents from India, where the standard Galaxy S7 and the dual curved Galaxy S7 edge are said to have been tested.
According to a report by Napi Droid, two Samsung smartphones, allegedly the new and upcoming Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge flagship devices, have been recently spotted in a listing on Zauba, India’s import and export information databaseindicating the two device variants are already being tested in the country. The devices were listed with an arrival date of Jan. 20. More interestingly, the listing revealed what may be the official size of the two upcoming flagship devices.
The alleged Samsung Galaxy S7 in the listing has a model number of SM-G930R4. This model was listed sporting a 5.1-inch display, which is expected to be a Super AMOLED with Quad HD resolution. On the other hand, the larger and the dual curved variant Galaxy S7 edge was listed with a 5.5-inch display, which is also expected to be a Super AMOLED one with the same Quad HD resolution.
No official launch date and official specs were confirmed by Samsung, but rumors have it that the South Korean tech giant will be launching the new Galaxy S7 flagship series this coming Feb. 21.