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Samsung’s Indonesia Branch Accidentally Revealed S7, Water Proof And Wireless Charging Feature Confirmed

21st February is the big day for all the gadget geeks as two major Korean companies Samsung and LG has planned to unveil their flagship devices LG G5 and Galaxy S7 on that day in a special event. But this is really bit tough to keep everything under wraps in this too ultra connected cultured world. It’s just one week away from the official release date of Galaxy S7 but most of the details of this flagship is confirmed.

Leaks are too fast and several render allow us to have a glance at the leaked unofficial images various times. But accidentally the Indonesia branch of this Company has revealed a promo material of S7 including a promo video and some teaser shots to unveil something more. This promo though does not reveal the hardware details but some of the coolest features hint is being provided clearly.

According to that revealed video it is confirmed that S7 and S7 edge is packed with water-resistant feature while it will also supports wireless charging. Also this video provides a clear indication that all the leaks we have received so far are true. This promo video was leaked in the unlisted ‘Youtube video ad’ form. Normally people select a video as ‘unlist’ if they desire to share the content with only few (selected) but not to be broadcasted in the public. So, this says that Indonesia branch did not want the ad to be viral yet but unfortunately it happened.

Apart from the water resistant and wireless charging feature, another feature that Samsung has included in Galaxy S7 is the additional security feature besides fingerprint scanner. But the design is very identical to Galaxy S6, so if you were anticipating some changes in the design as well, unfortunately you need to be happy with the same design.

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