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Again, we can’t confirm these model numbers are for the Galaxy S7 Edge, but it’s very likely. The Galaxy S7 Edge is likely to be announced alongside its less-curvy sister phone, the Galaxy S7. Samsung will hold a press event on February 21, just ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where it’s likely the S7 and the S7 Edge will be revealed. However, while it’s a distinct possibility, we won’t know for sure until the day. Prior to this, there were rumors the phone would launch a little earlier in the year, breaking with Samsung’s traditional MWC announcement. Additionally, a report from Sam Mobile in early January 2016 indicates that pricing for the Galaxy S7 Edge is likely to be about the same as the Galaxy S6 Edge. What will it look like? Like the Galaxy S7, the S7 Edge has been camera shy, but that changed at the beginning of February 2016. An official-looking render said to show both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge was posted on Twitter by @evleaks. The design is very reminiscent of the S6 and S6 Edge, with perhaps a slightly more pronounced curve to the corners, and a different shaped Home button. Anyone hoping for a complete overhaul in design may be disappointed. However, this is not an official picture, and the leak may not turn out to be accurate. Will there be a Galaxy S7 Edge Plus? There’s some confusion over Samsung’s possible plans for an S7 Edge. Initially, it sounded like Samsung would release two Galaxy S7 devices of different sizes, but neither of them would sport an Edge display. However, later reports suggested that there will be an S7 Edge, but disagreed on whether there will be an S7 Edge Plus as well. In mid-January 2016, a tweet from well-known phone leaker @evleaks appeared to clarify the situation. It showed a graphic listing a Galaxy S7, a Galaxy S7 Edge, and a Galaxy S7 Edge+. Apart from potentially showing Samsung’s intention to continue the Edge line in 2016, the presence of theS S7 Edge+ model may mean it’ll arrive alongside the new S7, rather than with a new Note model later in the year. This would make the current S6 Edge+ less than a year old before it’s replaced in the range. Honestly surprised by this (though it does explain a lot). pic.twitter.com/B7fL41qShm — Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 12, 2016 However, in a twist of events, @evleaks followed up with a tweet in late January 2016 with updated information. It included a revised graphic that only lists the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. The text of the tweet, “And then there were two,” is a clear indication that he believes Samsung will not release the Galaxy S7 Edge Plus. And then there were two. pic.twitter.com/sfGiOtjGXc — Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 27, 2016 We can only assume that he means that it won’t launch alongside the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, but it’s unclear whether Samsung could still release the device at some point in the future. Unfortunately we will never know for sure what Samsung has in store for us until the actual Unpacked Event, which will hopefully take place in February 2016. A lower megapixel camera, but higher quality A Samsung phone with a model number of SM-935A recently appeared in the AnTuTu benchmark database in mid-January. This phone is believed to be the AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge. Assuming the benchmark is valid, it confirms a 12-megapixel camera on the Galaxy S7 Edge, and more than likely the Galaxy S7. In early January, a tipster on Weibo reported the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will not only have the previously rumored 12-megapixel rear camera, but the aperture would be f/1.7. It would be much larger than the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge’s aperture of f/1.9, and should offer even better low light performance. A Reddit user allegedly captured the Galaxy S7 Edge on camera in early January 2016, and the Reddit user revealed some of the specs of the phone, including a 12-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. Those cameras would seem like a downgrade from the Galaxy S6, which has 16-megapixels at the rear. However, based on reports from November 2015, the change isn’t shocking. It was rumored that Samsung would increase the sensor size to 1/2.0 inch from 1/2.6 inch and could utilize a 12-megapixel lens to make it happen. The increased sensor size would mean even better performance in low-light shots. Samsung is also rumored to equip the Galaxy S7 and Edge models with dual-PD (dual-photodiode) technology, which would increase the accuracy of the auto focus with phase detection. So the drop in megapixels doesn’t necessarily mean that the camera won’t be improved on the Galaxy S7. Galaxy S7 Edge of varying sizes An AnTuTu Benchmark of the Galaxy S7 Edge (model SM-G935A) appeared in mid-January (see Camera section for screenshot). While it seems to confirm most of the previously rumored specs, the display size listed is 5.1-inches, which is believed to be the size of the non-edged Galaxy S7. Could this mean there will be two edge models released alongside the Galaxy S7? A fresh report from Sam Mobile in early January 2016 supposedly confirms the Galaxy S7 Edge’s display size at 5.5-inches. There was no mention about a Galaxy S7 Plus though, but the same source said the non-edged Galaxy S7 will be 5.1-inches. GSMArena Over the course of December, rumors have been all over the map with varying screen sizes for the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge, but a new schematics leak from casemaker ITSKINS might put the numbers in place. According to GSMArena’s sources at ITSKINS, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will not be curved and will sport a 5.1-inch screen. The report claims that the S7 Edge will only come in a 5.5-inch screen size and will be curved. Surprisingly, the Galaxy S7 Plus will feature a massive phablet-approved 6-inch screen. Related: Everything you need to know about Samsung Pay Take the information with a grain of salt, though, as it’s hard to figure out which leak is the most accurate, but this one seems to fit Twitter user @evleaks’ earlier leak about how the Galaxy lineup will include the S7, S7 Plus, S7 Edge, and S7 Edge Plus. There’s no mention of the S7 Edge Plus in this leak, but with the varying sizes for the normal S7, we could see another size option for the S7 Edge, too, especially since the company has done it before. In 2015, Samsung introduced two Edge models at different times of the year. The smaller Galaxy S6 Edge arrived in March at MWC, while the larger Galaxy S6 Edge Plus came along with the Note 5 in August. This year, Samsung might launch the S7 and S7 Edge at the same time again, but with different screen sizes. Previous leaks from Korea’s ETNews claims that the S7 may feature a 5.2-inch display, which would be larger than the 5.1-inch screen on the S6. Meanwhile, the S7 Edge will reportedly boast a larger 5.5-inch screen. Such a size would be much larger than last year’s S6 Edge, which had the same screen size as the regular S6, but it would also be smaller than the 5.7-inch screen that Samsung put on the S6 Edge Plus. ET News also mentions that mass production is set to start in February, hinting at a possible February launch date. Other previous rumors of two display sizes originated from Samsung Viet in mid-October, which claimed that two display sizes, 5.2 and 5.8-inch, were being tested. The report said that both devices were non-Edge, but a more recent report from HDBlog.it claims that the S7 display will be 5.2-inches, while the S7 Edge will have a 5.7-inch display instead. That report correlates with information given to ETNews, though the reported screen sizes are different in all three reports. Same specs as the regular Galaxy S7 Most reports agree that the screen size and curve (or lack thereof) will be the only real differences between the S7 and the S7 Edge. The departure of the removable battery on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge left fans disappointed, especially since the non-removable battery was too small. However there could be some good news for the Galaxy S7. While it’s unlikely that it will sport a removable battery, it could feature a much bigger one. According to a tipster on Weibo in early January 2016, Samsung will fit the Galaxy S7 Edge with a whopping 3600mAh battery. This is a huge increase over the Galaxy S6 Edge, which had a 2,600mAh battery, but that isn’t a fair comparison since that phone had a 5.1-inch display. The Galaxy S7 Edge is expected to have a 5.5-inch display, which is the same size as the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. That phone had a 3,000mAh battery, so 3,600mAh would still be a substantial increase. Samsung fans were disappointed when the MicroSD slot was removed from the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge models last year, but there could be hope. An early January 2016 report from Sam Mobile indicates that Samsung will bring back the MicroSD slot to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. A prototype of what appears to be a Galaxy S7 Edge appears to have gotten into the hands of one Reddit user. He did capture the phone on camera in early January 2016, and although it doesn’t reveal any design elements, it does reveal some of the hardware specifications. This model (SM-G93) has a 5.7-inch display, which differs from previous leaks indicating that the Galaxy S7 and Edge models would come in 5.1-, 5.5-, and 6.0-inch varieties. The resolution comes in at 2,560 x 1,440, which agrees with previous reports. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 is also present along with 4GB of RAM, which isn’t surprising. Related: The Samsung Galaxy A9 is a very large alternative to the Galaxy S6 Of course, none of this is official until Samsung reveals the Galaxy S7 and Edge models for real. For now, it’s all speculation. Reports in November 2015 indicated the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 will reportedly power at least the U.S. variants of the S7 Edge, it could sport 4GB of RAM, Type-C USB, and a 20-megapixel camera. A fingerprint sensor or iris scanner has also been rumored. You can catch up on all the Galaxy S7 rumors, many of which apply to the S7 Edge, here. The HDBlog.it report also states that the MicroSD card slot could return, and the top and bottom edges of the screen may be curved. Previous updates: Updated on 02-01-2016 by Andy Boxall: Added in a leaked picture of what may be the Galaxy S7 Edge, plus news of a February 21 Samsung press event. Updated on 01-13-2016 by Andy Boxall: Added in a tweet which may show Samsung will announce an S7 Edge and S7 Edge+ with the standard S7. Updated on 01-11-2016 by Robert Nazarian: Added in an AnTuTu benchmark, which allegedly reveals the camera size and contradicts the previously rumored screen size.  Updated on 01-06-2016 by Robert Nazarian: Added in rumors of a larger battery as well as more info regarding the camera. Updated on 01-05-2016 by Robert Nazarian: Added in rumors of the screen size, the return of the MicroSD slot, and pricing. Updated on 01-04-2016 by Robert Nazarian: Added in rumored specs based on leaked image of the Galaxy S7 Edge. Updated on 12-29-2015 by Julian Chokkattu: Added in new rumors of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge sizes, as well as a 6-inch Galaxy S7 Plus.  Updated on 12-28-2015 by David Curry: Added in news that Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge might have different display sizes.  Updated on 11-23-2015 by Malarie Gokey: Added in news that Samsung could bring the MicroSD card slot back and that the Edge may have a 5.7-inch screen with a curve on the top and bottom of the screen as well. Updated on 10-23-2015 by Robert Nazarian: Added in news that Samsung could offer two sizes of the Galaxy S7 Edge at the same time.

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