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New Samsung Galaxy S7 images leak

Images purporting to show the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 have surfaced online.

The photos, acquired by GSM Arena, show the flagship handset’s display and front-facing camera modules.

Although there is no way to know for sure whether this is indeed the S7, several signs point to the images’ validity.

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The home and capacitive buttons are identical to previous Samsung designs, while the camera modules are labelled as belonging to the SM-GF930F – thought to be the S7 model number.

Samsung goes to great lengths to ensure its phones are kept under wraps prior to release.

Despite their efforts, there are usually several leaks which find their way online.

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The company is expected to officially announce the Galaxy S7 at this year’s Mobile World Congress in February.

Whereas previous flagship Galaxy handsets have launched in April, it was recently reported the firm may be eyeing a March release date, although this has not been confirmed.

Other recent reports include speculation over the possibility of the phone’s camera dropping to 12-megapixels, the lowest since the Galaxy S3.

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