Still less than a month away for the Galaxy S7 to make its debut, that is set for February 21, rumors and leaks have been entertaining the mobile world pretty much ever since the announcement was made. Although we are now likely familiar with the specifications of the unannounced flagship smartphone, there’re much more interesting things to be unveiled. A couple of photos straight from the production line have now surfaced online showing the front camera module and the front design of the Galaxy s7 smartphone.
The image below show an array of cameras with SM-G930F stamped on the board. The model number refers to the Samsung Galaxy S7 that we already know from the previous leaks. Unlike Galaxy S6, the new camera module has a connector offset on its side, while S6 was centered.
The next image reveals the live image of the Galaxy S7, though the sticker hides the brand name, we can easily recognize it from the home button and capacitive key markings. As we expected, the design language is somewhat similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy S6.
Starting to look like a Friday, March 11th Galaxy release in the U.S.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 22, 2016
[Image Courtesy: GSMArena]