The Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to be officially revealed in just a few days at MWC on 21 February. The company almost got away with keeping videos of it a secret, until now.

A Samsung insider has leaked a video of the Galaxy S7 in use to Android Authority. It shows off the S7 in the hand for context of size and, in this case, smear and reflection levels, which are high. Of course on camera it always looks worse.

Another major point of note from this leak is that the source claims there will be no USB-C on the Galaxy S7. This feels like Samsung dragging its heels a bit. But for those with lots of current USB charger accessories, this might not be a bad thing.

Also leaked is that the smartphone will feature a 12-megapixel camera. Despite that sounding lower than the current S6, it should be an improvement as it'll use larger pixels.

Another feature, for those that care, will be a dual SIM and microSD tray.

Other specs include IP68 water, dust and shock proofing, a 2800mAh battery, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and as you can see a slim rounded build.

Check out the video to see it in the hand then head over to our round-up feature below to find out everything leaked so far ahead of the big reveal this Sunday 21 February.

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