US technology blog slashgear reported today that Samsung Electronics is stepping up development of next-generation flagship smartphone Galaxy S7. GalaxyS7 will also be divided into two general screen and curved screen version.
Samsung last month launched the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge +, now Samsung put all his energies for the development of the next generation Galaxy S flagship product GalaxyS7. The latest documents show, Galaxy S7 will also be divided into two versions, code-named SM-G930 is an ordinary flat panel version, code-named SM-G935 is curved screen version.
Samsung interior, SM-930 is known as "Hero", SM-G935 is called "Hero2", and the entire Galaxy S7 project codenamed "ProjectLucky". Hardware configuration, Galaxy S7 will feature Exynos 8890 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820SoC two processors. It is reported that Qualcomm has provided new Snapdragon 820 processor prototype to Samsung.
Like with the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 will also use UFS2.0 storage. Imaging, Samsung is still testing a variety of solutions, including the use of dual cameras, as well as the use of ISOCELL 20 million pixel image sensor.
Reported, Galaxy S7 will be the first landing in Canada, China, Europe, South Korea and the United States, and then rolled out in other markets. Cooperation has been exposed operators, including Canadian BellMobility, South Korea's KT, LG U + and SK Telecom, as well as the United States, AT & T, Cricket, MetroPCS, T-Mobile, USCellular and Verizon.
Recently, there are reports that, Galaxy S7 will use one type of magnesium alloy metal body, which will make Samsung Galaxy S7 became the first true all-metal body material smartphone. Although the Galaxy S6 series also using a metal fuselage, but the back using a glass panel.
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