A new leak detection pump from the UK has been discovered in the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, according to a leak detection company.
The leak detection system, which can be configured to detect any type of leak, can be installed on a Samsung Galaxy smartphone, Samsung Galaxy tablet or Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung has been accused of failing to detect a number of leaked Android devices, including the HTC 10, and its own phones.
Samsung confirmed that it has found the device in the UK, saying that it had been in the country for a period of time.
The company is offering a free trial to users who register.
The pump will be able to detect the presence of a small amount of water or other contaminants, which will trigger a red light.
The sensor is made of a metal frame and has a red LED that can be used to alert users when the pump detects any contaminants, according the leak detection provider.
It is currently only available in the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Sweden and Denmark.
In the United States, the device has also been spotted in the hands of a number users.
The device will be available in October for $199.99, which is still cheaper than the original Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, and also cheaper than its predecessor, the S6.5.
The system is being used by several leak detection companies.
It detects water contamination in the face, eyes and mouth, and can also detect traces of fingerprints, DNA, and other DNA.
The technology is similar to one found on Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and S5 Plus smartphones, but it has been modified to detect more contaminants, including those that might have been left in the device by the manufacturer, according Leak Detection Labs.
Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment.