New Samsung Galaxy S7 Rumors: Specifications May Include New Detector, 2 Forms, MicroSD Card Slot
As the enthusiasm surrounding the Galaxy S6 line has subsided, the next-gen Samsung Galaxy S7 has started gaining momentum. As the coming cellphone is seemingly six months away from its launching, new group of rumors and leaks have given crucial settings details of the handset away.
Based on Sam Mobile, the South Korean technology giant will seemingly release two variants of the Samsung Galaxy S7. The version number SM-G930 SM-G935 and will follow the style set by forerunners Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, and so, the former is inclined to be a regular flat screen form while the latter could feature double-curved-edge screens.
Moreover, Samsung is apparently referring the flat SM-G930 model as the "Hero" cellphone. The curved SM G935, on the flip side, is referred as "Hero2." But, the whole job of S7 has been internally classified as "Job Lucky."
Under the hood, the two S7 versions will reportedly come powered by either Samsung's Exynos 8890 SoC or by Qualcomm's approaching Snapdragon 820, depending on the market of launch.
Samsung's diehard fans can rejoice as the business is apparently mulling the idea of bringing back the microSD card slot along with the UFS 2.0 storage.
The company is also apparently testing prototypes for the S7 with 20 MP ISOCELL sensor and double camera set up, while magnesium alloy unibody design has also been tipped for the apparatus.
Carrier-wise, the handset will reportedly be offered by Cricket, AT&T, Sprint, T Mobile, US Cellular, MetroPCS and Verizon, SamMobile reported.