South Korean electronics giant Samsung's upcoming smartphone flagships called the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have now been listed on a website Zauba which records Indian Exports and Imports.
Samsung has been testing many models with different specs. This has created a lot of confusion about the actual specs of the devices. An alternative of the Samsung Galaxy S7 came to surface via Geekbench recently revealing that the device will flaunt a QHD 5.1-inches display.
In this latest leak, screen sizes of both the variants have been listed via the import listing on Zauba.
As per the listings, model number SM-G930R4 for Galaxy S7 will feature a 5.1-inches display, while the other model SM-G935R for Galaxy S7 Edge will come with a 5.5-inches display. In addition, the devices were shipped into the country with authentic IMEI numbers.
This report is in line with screen sizes featured in a recent AnTuTu benchmark analysis. On the other hand, a variant of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with model number SMG935A for carrier AT&T, featuring 5.1-inch screen was also unveiled. Thus the display size of the Edge variant is yet not confirm.
There has been no word as to why the South Korean company has made a switch, since Galaxy S7 Edge+ had been expected to be the larger version. The company is expected to unveil its flagship smartphones in February.