Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors are only increasing in intensity and more details on specs and release date have now surfaced.
As predicted by Expert Reviews, the much-awaited Samsung flagship device could probably be launched at MWC to be held on February 22 – February 25 next year. The site shares that once the announcement is made in February, the phones could be expected to ship in the beginning of April.
Samsung has always announced its Galaxy devices at MWC and this time around the trade show will be held on February, leading to the idea that the Korean tech company will be launching the Galaxy S7 there. However, as rightly noted by the site, Samsung launched its Note 5 in a separate event as opposed to launching it at the IFA show.
If Samsung does decide to go ahead with its own event for the launch of Galaxy S7 then fans will have to wait for more concrete details to mark the dates on the calendar.
What is now known is that the speculations about the Galaxy S7 housing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip could quite possibly be true. The confirmation has come in from South Korea’s Electronic Times, as reported by Reuters.
The report cites an “unnamed industry sources,” confirming that the Snapdragon 820 processors will come embedded in the flagship devices for the markets in United States and China.
As for the other markets, the device can be expected to ship with the company’s own Exynos processors. The report shared that the Samsung spokeswoman did not comment on the news.
However, it does seem quite likely that the Korean tech-giant will indeed be following through; it had opted for the same route with its Galaxy S5 where in Qualcomm embedded devices were only shipped to Europe.
Expert Review shares that the new Galaxy S7 could quite possibly sport the same design as its predecessor, and will feature a 16MP camera as well with upgrades and will run Android Marshmallow.
Fans could keep coming back for more updates and conformation on Samsung Galaxy S7.