It seems that Samsung is preparing two Galaxy devices which will be called Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7+.
According to some new reports, Samsung will most likely prepare a new Exynos processor which will power up the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 device. However, we remind you that there are a lot of reports showing the Galaxy S7 benchmarked with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, which suggests that Samsung might use the Qualcomm processor for the North America and Europe, while Asia will probably get the new Exynos processor.
According to some rumors, Samsung will start the mass production of the Galaxy S7 sometime in January 2016, which makes us think that this device might be revealed sometime in February 2016.
Two Galaxy S7 Devices
According to some new rumors that surfaced at the beginning of September, Samsung will actually release two Galaxy S7 devices: the first one will feature a 5.2-inch display and the other one will have a 5.8-inch display (with other words, the latter model will be actually a phablet), which is not surprising, as they are an answer to Apple’s iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
Both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7+ will be backed by 4GB of RAM, which means that Samsung will not bring a smartphone that will feature 6GB of RAM (as it was previously rumored).
Unfortunately, until now, Samsung hasn’t confirmed any of these rumors and we should take this news with a bit of salt. However, as we’re getting closer to the end of 2015, the South Korean multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Samsung Town will most likely come with some news regarding its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7+.
Do you think that Samsung will truly release two Galaxy S7 devices at the beginning of 2016 or will they delay the launch of these devices until Q2 2016?