After launching two flagship smartphone by Samsung, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge. But Samsung will not stop they well under way to envelopment of its next flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S7. Although it’s a still long way to go but early details have surfaced which give us some idea about Samsung latest flagship smartphone.
First of all we clear you all that, the Galaxy S7 seems to be going by the code name project “Lucky”, as several mentions of such a device have appeared in a couple of benchmarks recently. We will start with these benchmarks, as they give us a little look at the possible specifications for the Galaxy S7.
A separate Geekbench listing also reveals a Samsung LUCKY-LTE device featuring a custom octa-core chip, so the company may be going back to two SoC for regional variants with different modem support. The speculation is that this could be a new Exynos processor from Samsung, dubbed the M1, as the profile does not appear up with existing chip.
There is also reference to universal 8890 mother Board in the listing, which means that the chip might appear as the Exynos8890 come launch. The make-up of the SoC is unknown but it seemed to benchmark well ahead of Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, although it is far too early to infer any real world performance results at this stage.
In addition Leak suggest that the Galaxy S7 will arrive with familiar 32GB and 64GB internal storage options and that micro SD card support may be returning too. Although we are unlikely to see a replaceable battery. Current Samsung flagship make use of fast 2.0 internal memory, which is not compatible with the memory controlled used for SD cards, hanse why Samsung has had to drop support for extra storage. Samsung may have found a workaround or could back track on UFS2.0, but this rumor seems a little more doubtful than the other.
Finally, although the benchmark listing points to familiar 16MP camera in the Galaxy S7, Samsung is said to be testing a new 20MP ISOCELL camera sensor, which the company has dubbed the “all lens cover”. That could mean any thing, but it’s possible that Samsung will return to its own sensor technology if it produce superior results. The company may also reserve its ISOCELL sensor for more other models, as it did with the Galaxy S6.
At last I would like to sau that, it is too early to say anything detailed. But we provide what we came to know.
What do you think, about this Galaxy S7 rumor?