Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge’s Existence Confirmed: Launches at MWC 2016
Details about the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge leaked across the media from time to time. But nothing was confirmed until a Dutch website spilled the beans with screenshots of the Galaxy S7 Edge, hinting at the phone’s imminent release.Advertisement
Galaxy Club posted images of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge confirming the existence of the phone. Users can have a quick check of the device by visiting developer.samsung.com/galaxy. Then, you will have to click on ‘Look’, and select the ‘edge’ section at the bottom of the page. You will spot ‘S7 Edge’ showing clearly under ‘Edge Screen Style’. If you scroll down a little more towards the bottom of the page, you will find a text under ‘edge Single Plus Mode’. The text reads “Edge Single Plus is supported in Galaxy S6 Edge M OS, Galaxy S6 Edge+ M OS and Galaxy S7 Edge M OS.’
The Galaxy S7 Edge is likely to share similar features with the Galaxy S6 Edge and S6 Edge+. Earlier, there were reports from the infamous leaker, Evan Blass, regarding the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge and how they may look, reported VentureBeat.
A preview of the Galaxy S7 Edge reveals that the phone is possibly the best Samsung smartphone yet. The phone is expected to launch during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016. BGR reports that the phone 2K super AMOLED screen measuring 5.5-inches. It will be powered by Exynos 8890 and the new Mali T880 MP12 is expected to boost its performance by 80 percent. The phone will ship with 4GB of RAM and it will have support for microSD cards. It will feature a 12MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. As for the battery, the phone will house a 3,000 mAH non-removable battery.
Reports claim that the handset will go on sale in April after its announcement in March. It will come at a tentative price tag of $650 for the 32GB variant.