The Galaxy S7 Active has been sighted as a smartphone with model number SM-G891 that is being tested with US carrier AT&T, but the Korean giant behind the Active smartphone series has given away its next big thing by way of its Level wireless headphones changelog.
My colleagues over at SamMobile have gotten their hands on the Level wireless headphones changelog at the Google Play Store that mentioned the devices supported with a new update for Samsung Level headphones integration: among them, the Galaxy S7 Active.
As we’ve said recently, the only evidence we had for the upcoming smartphone was a model number, but when the Galaxy S7 Active is written in fine print by the company in charge of manufacturing the device, we no longer have to play a guessing game about its existence. At this point, we still don’t know what the device will bring, but a 5.1-inch, Super AMOLED display, Quad HD screen resolution, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, micro-USB charging and in-built wireless charging, along with the 12MP back camera and 5MP front camera are a few of the specs and features we can expect with the Galaxy S7 Active.
We’ll continue to bring you news about the most indestructible phone of the year, so stay tuned.