Samsung Galaxy S7 to arrive in February?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was launched back in August this year, arriving one month earlier than the traditional Note series launch season of September. Industry experts believed that Samsung pushed the smartphone for an early release to avoid market conflict with the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus that were later introduced in September.
Alleged insiders from the Samsung camp are now saying that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 which is currently undergoing development with the codename Project Lucky will face a similar albeit unusual early treatment. While this year’s Galaxy S6 was unveiled and released in March, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is reportedly going to get a February 2016 launch date.
The same source claims that Samsung will out two variant of the Galaxy S7 (just like we informed you yesterday) and that one model will come with 3GB of RAM while the other model goes with 4GB RAM.
Samsung is believed to be working on a metal-clad Galaxy S7 flagship which will somehow feature a microSD card slot despite using the non-expandable UFS 2.0 storage system. Indications have also emerged that at least one model of the S7 will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset. The Korean phone maker snubbed the California-based semiconductor manufacturer in favor of its own in-house Exynos chipsets for this year’s top-range Galaxy models.