February 17, 2016 - 18:01 AMT
Samsung Galaxy S7 details, images, video unveiled

Mobile World Congress 2016 is right around the corner. The show will unveil plenty of goods, but there is no doubt there will be a huge focus on the next big thing from Samsung, Android Authority says.

The media platform has managed to get in touch with an anonymous insider who managed to get some goodies on Wednesday, February 17.

According to the source, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is to come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. Other specs include an IP68 (or IP67) rating, a 12 MP camera, a 2800 mAh battery, and microSD support.

One thing the source also assures is that there will be no USB Type-C in the new handset.

Another important point to mention is that even though the camera will only have 12 MP, they will be larger pixels (similar to the Nexus 6P/5X cameras). And though this doesn’t reveal much about picture quality on its own, Samsung has always been a leader in smartphone camera technology.

The phone falls in line with previous leaks, featuring a similar build and design to the Galaxy S6. There is the metal frame and glass back/front. The iconic home button is present too, and the image clearly displays the microSD card and SIM tray combo.

One of the images does give a nice treat, though. The interface looks simple and clean, with Samsung rocking a more round and flat design for its icons.