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Samsung are so confident about their new phone they 'accidentally' leaked it early



This, in short, is the safe for work version of what Samsung's Indonesian PR team will currently be thinking. 

With the release of the new Samsung Galaxy S7 mere days away, the Indonesian branch of the tech giant has seemingly jumped the gun on releasing details of the new handset with the following video.

The release/leak demonstrates the new S7 in action: the model on display rocks the same curved screen display of the S6 edge, and will include previous features such as wireless charging. A new trick appears to be water resistance, and the neat ability to use the screen while its wet (essential for use in the British summer).

You can expect to see the S7 in full at Samsung's official launch event on 21 February. Until then, you'll have to make do with the above trailer, and the following image from reputable tech leaker, Evan Blass.

[Via: Forbes]



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