More leaks of the Galaxy S7 show Bigger Galaxy S7 Plus model

We recently received a leaked diagram showing the dimensions of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Now a fresh leak is showing another device to join the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. The alleged new device is named as Galaxy S7 Plus, which appears in a bigger size.

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Fresh reports about the upcoming Galaxy S7 devices show us three models with a little variations in size and display. The leaked picture shows three of the device, the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy S7 Plus with display panel of 5.1inch, 5.5inch and 6inch respectively.

Before this report the key details of the first two models were already out, showing the Galax S7 with 5.2inch display and the Galaxy S7 Edge with 5.5inch. As compared to earlier rumors the new picture shows the Galaxy S7 in a little smaller display. However this is not clear yet as it may estimate on the base of screen-to-body ratio.

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As suggested on the alleged leaked sketches the design concept of the Galaxy S7 matches largely with the current Galaxy S6. However the key point was the screen-to-body ratio which was expected to remain as the key distinctive feature on the upcoming Galaxy S7 devices.

Galaxy S7 plus-Schematics-Header

Current leaked sketches reaffirm the same design concept but show the addition of the new gigantic model. Also the new details about the Galaxy S7 model show the variation in the reported screen-to-body ratio which we may find changed later.

Both Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge come with large display as that of current Galaxy devices but the addition of a gigantic 6inch model is quite unusual for many. There have also been reports that Samsung is going to focus on budget smartphones for 2016 but that doesn’t seem to be the case with the Galaxy S7.

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