Samsung Galaxy S7 concept video shows some more features

The Samsung Galaxy S7 seems getting ready for possible launch following an expected announcement of February 21. We have been discussing the upcoming Galaxy S7 since first rumors have been out. According to the same rumors the new member of Samsung Galaxy lineup is set to make its first official appearance before the MWC expo, scheduled for next month.

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Though it is going to take another month to arrive but reviewing the leaks and rumors the Galaxy S7 seems almost ready for an early launch. This is actually what we see in the latest video which seems more like a Galaxy S7 concept video. As we can watch it in the video the device appears with some familiar but polished looks.

Though the video seems showing a latest look into the Galaxy S7 but it is not the first time for its design concept to leak out. As we have recently discussed some schematics that were design to portray the concept on the upcoming Galaxy device. Besides the diagrams there was also a leaked case showing just a brief hint towards an upcoming device, thought to be the Galaxy S7.

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Some other videos also tried to portray the concept of Galaxy S7 via its look alike devices but they are not as much detailed as compared to our fresh video. Though we can spot many familiar looks on the upcoming Galaxy device but it seems to have been made more elegant ‘over the older concept. In the first look into the video the device shows some shinny outlook with front panel and its camera.

Looking at the whole design of the Galaxy S7 you may find it matching with the alleged Galaxy Note 5. However, displaying in tapered back the Galaxy S7 seems to have a less protruding camera module as compared to the currently ruling Galaxy S6. Also the hints out of video shows the device may arrive in other color options too.

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