Samsung Galaxy S7: The Next Gen Smartphone Might Look Like A Flexible Bracelet

    As the Samsung S6 and the S6 Edge are being shipped to customers all around the globe, sources suggest that the Korean Tech giant has already started to develop the prototype of the flagship Galaxy S7 and development on the handset is already progressive under Samsung's shed.

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    Samsung Galaxy S7: The Next Gen Smartphone Might Look Like A Bracelet

    Samsung has already placed orders for 8 million flexible displays per month. An order of this scale definitely indicated that the company is pouring in a lot of these displays into the R&D of the next Galaxy device.

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    Rumors suggest that Samsung claimed that they will launch a smartphone with a foldable display in the year 2016. So the obvious is that one would correlate that the next Galaxy device will be one with a foldable screen.

    It is becoming increasingly obvious that Samsung has been putting a lot of time and effort into researching flexible OLED technology for quite some time now.

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    It might also be that the Samsung's next Galaxy device will be a wearable too. Yes. That's very much possible. The next Galaxy Flagship from the OEM can be a smartphone as well as a bracelet.

    With the advent of smartwatches, we've seen a lot of people make a fool out of it saying that it is impractical to invest in a smartwatch and that they'd rather paste their smartphones to their hands. Well, it surely seems that Samsung will answer these kind of unenthusiastic people with their next galaxy device .

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