Samsung's upcoming Flagship Galaxy S7 could be priced lower than its predecessor

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Samsung Galaxy S7 recently broke all records on the AnTuTu benchmark. However, apart from the specifications, analysts are talking about also talking about its pricing.

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According to he Times of India, China-based analyst Pan Jiutang states that Samsung will also play with pricing for its Galaxy S7 flagship. The Samsung Galaxy S7 will be one flagship smartphone from Samsung that will be 10 percent lower than the launch price of the Samsung Galaxy S6.

Samsung's Galaxy S7 could be priced lower than its predecessor

This could give the Galaxy S7 the advantage of pricing over other flagships from smartphone brands like HTC, Sony or LG. The price cut for the Samsung Galaxy S7 comes very much from other brands who are giving heavy price cuts, often eating into the sales figures of large flagships like the Galaxy S7. Currently, Motorola has given price cuts to the Moto X Style. There are several players in this over crowded market for Flagship Smartphones that are eating into the market share of Samsung.

Samsung's new phones are power packed with several new innovative features like an Exynos chip-set and features that could even make it a iPhone competitor. But some of the Samsung flagships have failed to click with the audience. While Samsung has been continuously improving its flagship smartphones, one after the other. Samsung's last Galaxy s6 edge plus did not do well either.

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Samsung has plenty to speak off in the new upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7. The upcoming flagship phone from Samsung has scored an unbeatable 103, 693 on the AnTutu benchmark. The only phone last year that ever came close was Huawei's Hi-silicon Kirin 950. Samsung seems to be making a killer flagship, but we will come only when there is an official announcement and when the official prices are announced.

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