Samsung Galaxy S7 to be released in two versions

Samsung Galaxy S7 to be released in two versions

With the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ already on the market Samsung is now busy working on the upcoming Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone. Guess what – the S7 will be available in two versions like the Galaxy S6, which was released earlier this year!

The Galaxy S7 has two models as of now that carry the SM-G930 and SM-G935 code names. The first model will have a flat display, while the second one will come with a dual-edge curved screen like the Galaxy S6 Edge. The two variants will be launched in Europe, Korea, China, Canada and the United States but the devices will likely be available in a large number of other countries as well. The Galaxy S7 will also use two different processors – Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 and Samsung’s own Exynos 8890 but we do not know which model gets which processor. In addition the new smartphones will feature UFS 2.0 storage plus a microSD card slot that can work with this type of storage, although this has not been confirmed. As to cameras Samsung is now testing numerous prototypes with some of them coming with two cameras, while another ones featuring a single 20 MP ISOCELL sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected this winter.

Source: Sammobile.com

Related posts

Samsung and U.S. Cellular Introduce Samsung Gloss

Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), a leading mobile phone distributor in the U.S. and U.S. Cellular announce the availability of the Samsung GlossTM (SCH-u440). The compact flip design of the Samsung Gloss makes it fashionable and functional, while the QWERTY keyboard is ideal...

AMD launches A10-8780P Extreme APU

AMD launches A10-8780P Extreme APU

AMD has launched one more APU in an attempt to capture users’ attention for the upcoming Christmas holidays. The new chip is called A10-8780P and carries the “Extreme” word in its product name too, trying to tell us that it comes with some impressive performance inside. Is this the case...

Cooling netbook ‘multi-pad’ provides HDD, ODD, USB expansion

This low cost cooling chassis could be useful for those looking to add a bit more flexibility to their netbooks. Its comes in netbook sizing (227×180x16mm) with a two-port USB hub, a cooling fan and space for a 2.5" IDE drive. The high-end model will take a slim optical drive.  For the quoted...

Leave a comment