According to latest rumours, Samsung will soon launch its Galaxy S7 phone during Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this February. Some photos recently surfaced on the Internet along with the full specifications of the S7 variants, according to The Verge.

Screen size

The South Korean company will reportedly introduce the Galaxy S7 in two screen sizes, 5.2-inch size and 5.5-inch screen size options. The model with the 5.2-inch screen size will be called the Galaxy S7 and the model with a 5.5-inch screen size will be called the Galaxy S7+, reports Forbes.

Galaxy S7 variants

American blogger, editor and Samsung phone leaker, Evan Blass posted on Twitter in December that Samsung will be offering four variants. This will include the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S7 Edge Plus and Galaxy S7 Plus.

Pressure Sensitive or 3D Touch

Samsung may include pressure sensitive display similar to Apple’s 3D Touch technology used for the screen. 3D Touch is integrated in a way to sense the amount of pressure exerted on the screen that leads to Peek and Pop boxes. This Peek and Pop boxes allow users to operate various functions in the phone without having to open that particular messages.


The Galaxy S7 is expected to have a non-removable battery. You can charge the battery to its full capacity in just 30 minutes that can survive for a full day, says The Wall Street Journal. The Galaxy S7 Plus and Galaxy S7 Edge+ are also expected to have large battery sizes.


According to rumours, the upcoming Galaxy S7 will feature a 12.2MP rear camera. The front-facing camera in the phone is expected to be a 5MP camera suitable for taking selfies and also for video chatting, notes Android Headlines.

The Galaxy S7 is expected to launch next month at a starting price of US$649.99 (approx. AU$899) for the 32GB model. The Galaxy S7 Edge may cost about US$100 (approx. AU$138) to US$150 (approx. AU$208) more than the S7, reports Forbes.