Now is the time when talk about what we can expect to see at the Mobile World Congress is floating around and quite a few phones have been mentioned. One of them is the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7, but what’s the verdict on the latest from Samsung?
We haven’t officially heard news about the Samsung Galaxy S7 but it has been one of the devices that has been the most talked about.
We have heard that there will be two variants of the Samsung Galaxy S7 launched first and one will be the Edge. It is thought that the handsets could be revealed at the Unpacked event which is held in February.
It is thought that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be a premium handsets with a look to match, perhaps made from aluminium and glass again and rather than being revolutionary the handsets will be more refined.
The displays of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge may be around 5.5 inches and the Samsung Galaxy S7 around 5.2 inches. The resolution could be in the range of quad HD 2560 x 1440 and Super AMOLED. The display may be always on, has Samsung recently put in a filing with the FCC for an always on display.
It is possible that the camera on the back could be positioned differently and less prominent when it comes to the protrusion. The Samsung Galaxy S7 may also come with waterproofing and a design that is much curvier. They may run on the Exynos processor and possibly the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 as an option.
Other specs of the Samsung Galaxy S7 may include 4GB of RAM, 32GB and 64GB storage and the re-introduction of the microSD card slot. The battery is expected to be about 3550mAh.