Rumor Mill: Samsung Galaxy S7 to use ESS chip for improved audio quality
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is probably enjoying all the attention that its getting now, even before its release. Samsung is yet to issue any official statement concerning the spec sheet of this device but the leaks we have been getting so far have been juicy and leaving us wanting more. With the Samsung Galaxy S7 though, ‘more’ isn’t something we would have to wait for as the close release date means we get leaks and updates very much more than we would on the next smartphone.
Having already been leaked that the device looks to run on three different processors for as many markets, we also got it from some sources earlier that it would feature a 20MP camera and that Samsung would switch its preferred USB cable type to the Type C. All these and more are specs that makes us look forward to this device.
Recent leaks though have suggested that Samsung may be looking to make their Galaxy S7 a thorough powerhouse by strengthening its audio capabilities with the aid of a new, top-shelf ESS audio chip. Particularly carried by the leak is the ESS SABRE 9018AQ2M which is a pretty high end chip that would ensure a very nice audio quality on the S7. Doesn’t this just make us want the device already?
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