World Congress (MWC), the biggest conference on the planet focused entirely on
mobile technologies, kicks off next week in Barcelona, Spain.
year Samsung uses MWC to launch its latest flagship smartphone. Last year it
was the Galaxy S6, the year before that it was the Galaxy S5. And this year —
you guessed it — we’ll be seeing the all-new Galaxy S7.
is also expected to unveil the Galaxy S7 Edge, the follow-up to last year’s
Galaxy S6 Edge. According to the litany of leaks about the phones, the Galaxy
S7 will sport a 5.1-inch screen, while the S7 Edge will get a 5.5-inch display
with curved edges.
on images of the phones that have appeared online, you shouldn’t expect to see
any major design changes to either handset. You can, however, expect the S7 and
S7 Edge to be waterproof, according
more, as SamMobile reports, Samsung could reintroduce the microSD
card slot with its new phones, something it eliminated with the Galaxy
reports have also pointed to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge packing a new
pressure-sensitive touchscreen technology similar to Apple’s 3D Touch, which
allows you to press harder on the screen to pull up a secondary menu.