Samsung Galaxy S7 caught in the rumour mill, again
Members of the ever enthusiast mobile community did not even give the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge time to rest in the market that they had just entered when speculations had begun upon Samsung’s next flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S7. With earlier rumors stating that the device is due for a very early release date because of Samsung’s revamped manufacturing process, these rumors go more than just telling us a device is coming but goes into details that are so juicy to let pass by.
The rumors, speculating a launch date between December of this year and February of the next, have promised that the Samsung Galaxy S7 would come with a Force touch feature that would bear semblance to the 3D touch feature currently available on the Apple iPhone 6. This would be made possible by a company called Synaptics who would be working with Samsung for not the first time.
The rumors have also stated that three versions of the device would be launched at once, the difference in them being the CPU they run. Going deeper, it is said that the device would launch with Exynos 8890 which would be for Japan, Korean and European markets while a Snapdragon CPU would be included for other markets in the United States and China. The third variant for Indian markets would then run on an Exynos 7422 processor.