Quick Techno-Rapsheet on the Samsung Galaxy S7
The Samsung Galaxy S7 has been in the news for a while now and for all we know, a lot of information has been flying around with you not even knowing which to keep up with. Well, from the things we’ve heard, seen, read and reported, we’re bringing you a rapsheet of some sort on the device now.
Although this is one of the easiest things to predict about a new smartphone given that manufacturers have a certain date they stick to, its likely to not be the same this year. Samsung has reportedly revamped its manufacturing process which has given much more efficiency to the total process than how it was before. This would then lend credence to the rumors that we’ve been hearing of a January launch date.
Like with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge simultaneously, we might be looking at another of such feats being pulled off by Samsung as there are also rumors of a Galaxy S7 Edge coming with the S7. They’ve done it before, who’s to say they won’t again?
This device doesn’t really bring too much of newcomer specifications to the table, but there’s a very high chance that we’re looking at a Marshmallow device here. Also, there’s the promise of the 4K display which is not totally feasible but would be cool if we had it. There’s also a chance that Samsung would return to the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor on this one.
You already have the specifications, so we won’t be boring you with that. Still Happy with the S7?
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