We all know that Samsung is currently busy working on its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7. It is expected to launch the smartphone in early 2016 somewhere around February. While we are hearing all sorts of rumors and leaks related to one of the much-awaited flagship phones of the next year, we just get to know that Samsung is reportedly working on four models of the Galaxy S7.

The leak has been tweeted by one of the well-known leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks) who has a really good track record when it comes to posting the rumors. As per him, Samsung is currently working on the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, S7 Edge Plus, and S7 Plus.

The interesting bit of information here is that the number of variants for the phone is one more than the current Galaxy S6. There is no variant such as the Galaxy S6 Plus. He has not posted anything about the specifications, but going by this year’s Galaxy S6 models, you can expect the Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 Edge Plus to feature curved display at least.

As per the report from uSwitch, the Galaxy S7 Plus is rumored to come with 163.4x82x7.82mm dimensions along with a 6-inch display. Interestingly, it said that the might not feature the USB Type-C and is expected to come with standard USB connector. They have also collaborated with @OnLeaks to create a video showing the renders of the phone.

You can check the video below:

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