10 Reasons Why You Should Wait For Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge

By Vijaykumar

Samsung's Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge came up with a fresh design and some brand new features that made the South Korean giant to hold back its top position in the smartphone market.

The unveiling of Galaxy S7 is still several months from now, but the rumors mill have already started hinting few thing about Samsung's next flagship.

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We have already covered the possible specs in the form of rumor roundup for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Well the Samsung's newest flagship is right around the corner and it will be one of the best phones of the year that is about to land.

Lets take a look at why the Galaxy S7 specs and latest rumors and why it should be your next smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S7

The Galaxy S series smartphone by Samsung show off its best hardware. With the Galaxy S7, the tech world is expecting something really big. The South Korean smartphone giant has launched the first DRAM chip, that runs a massive 6GB of RAM. This would bring the Galaxy S7 closer into the performance of a desktop. This new chip is reportedly perform 30 percent faster and 20 percent more energy efficient than the module used in the Galaxy S6.

Processing power

Samsung Galaxy S7

Rumors suggest that Galaxy S7 will be powerful and will be available in three different processing chipsets: Snapdragon 820 in China and the US, its own Exynos 7422 in India and also the latest Exynos 8890 in Korea, Japan and Europe. Meanwhile, the AnTuTu benchmarks results shows a device running the Exynos 8890 chipset scored 100,000 in the test. For comparison, AnTuTu recently published ranking for the fastest smartphone in the world, and no Android smartphone has over 100,000 points.

Samsung Galaxy S7

The current flagship Galaxy S6 has a overhauled design changes and we are not expecting much changes in the upcoming Galaxy S7. Well, there is no specific hint whether the next flagship will come with slim metal form factor or glass build.

Samsung Galaxy S7

Rumor mills are pointing out that Samsung could come up with two Galaxy S7 models with different screen size. One with a 5.2 inch display and another with 5.8 inch display and one among two models will have a 4K display resolution.

Samsung Galaxy S7

A new report from a Korean publication, the Galaxy S7 will come with a dual camera setup. Samsung will take the advantage of dual-camera setup, something like HTC One M8 and Huawei Honor 6 Plus. The AnTuTu benchmark shows that the next flagship will features a 16 megapixel rear camera with a 5 megapixel front-facing camera.

Samsung Galaxy S7

The next smartphone will likely to run on the Google's latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with TouchWiz user interface on top

Samsung Galaxy S7

There is also a rumor that Samsung will add a microSD card slot in its next flagship smartphone, and also comes in two storage models: 32GB and 64GB.

Samsung Galaxy S7

The Galaxy S7 price will be pretty high, however, there is no official word about the Galaxy S7 in making or in any other details. We expect that the next flagship will be very expensive and we guess that the price could start around Rs. 60,000.

Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung usually unveil its flagship smartphone at the MWC in Barcelona, but rumors suggest that the Galaxy S7 will be unveiled ahead of MWC just like the Galaxy Note 5. According to the new information, the Galaxy S7 will arrive in late-February or early-March.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

The creation of Mesut G Designs, Samsung Galaxy S7 render features a glass front and back, as well as small bits of rounded glass on all the edges. They can display notifications, news and more and circle around the device

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