Leaked Galaxy S7 video shows off waterproofing wireless charging
Samsung Galaxy S7 will be announced this coming Sunday. So far all we know about the phone are rumored specs and features, but it seems that thanks to a video that was uploaded ahead of time by Samsung Indonesia, the design of the phone along with some of its features has been unofficially revealed.
As you can see in the video above, it shows off the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The phone in question is not named but it is safe to assume it is the Galaxy S7 Edge.
The design appears to be very similar to last year’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, with a curved screen Edge variant on show. The video doesn’t name the model being used, but Three syadinda seems comfortable enough using it in a downpour, suggesting the rumored return to waterproofing is a go. The phone is also seen being used with a wireless charging pad.Galaxy S7 smartphone are flying hot and heavy right now. Samsung is holding its Unpacked event on February 21 and at the event, the Galaxy S7 is expected to get official. Today some new screen shots leaked from a Russian Galaxy S7 device that claim to show battery life. The image you see at the top
Leaked Galaxy 7 video shows off waterproofing and wireless charging
The video also seems to confirm that the phone will come with wireless charging capabilities, which corroborates what we had heard earlier this month when a wireless charger for the phone was spotted online. It also seems to confirm that the device will be waterproof. It is unclear if this is only applicable to the Galaxy S7 Edge, but presumably it will also be the same for the Galaxy S7.
In any case it looks like someone at Samsung Indonesia has some explaining to do, but in the meantime you should probably check out the video ASAP before it gets taken down.Galaxy S7 and provides further hints: a page with bubbles and the caption “worry-less discovery” is further evidence for wireless charging, while a lock icon and “experience privacy at its finest” implies extra security, and “bring light to the night” alongside an image of a camera lens may mean better low-light photography.