The Samsung Galaxy S7 launch isn’t far away and those who are hoping to hear a peep about release dates will surely be delighted by the latest updates.
China Mobile has apparently revealed the launch details for Samsung’s upcoming flagship. At a press conference, the company put up a slide revealing devices arriving on the network. Slashgear caught hold of the social media posts featuring the slide which confirms that the flagship will indeed be introduced during the Mobile World Congress 2016 in February, as was being predicted.
As noted by TechRadar, fans may now see the flagship launching between 22-25 February at the MWC 2016 in Barcelona. The Korean tech company, in the past, has released its flagship at the show, so it won’t be coming as a surprise that the Galaxy S7 is also launched there.
If the company decides to keep up with how it introduced the Galaxy S6 to the world, then the S7 could possibly be introduced at an independent event a day prior to WCF kicking-off.
The leak also hints at other devices coming out in March along with the Galaxy S7. The list includes Huawei P9, Samsung Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 to be arrive through China Mobile. The handsets may then be gradually rolled out to different regions across the globe.
Tech aficionados can keep their fingers crossed because chances are that the curved screen Galaxy S7 Edge could also be introduced alongside the S7 at the February launch. While the internals on the Galaxy S7 will be right up there, it will be following in the footsteps of its predecessor as far as the design is concerned. Many reports point towards the Galaxy S7 possessing the same form-factor and design as seen on the Galaxy S6.
Samsung loyalists can keep coming back for more updates on the much-awaited flagship.