As we look forward to an exciting 2016, we also look forward to a new and improved Samsung Galaxy S7. Recent rumors have surfaced that an alleged Samsung Galaxy S7 photo had been leaked just soon after the announcement of the previous Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. The alleged flagship smartphone was discovered by GeekBench with a model name of ?Samsung LUCKY-LTE? and just recently another model name has just been revealed with the code ?Samsung Project Lucky,? according to Know Your Mobile.
The new Samsung Galaxy S7 for the model name ?Samsung LUCKY-LTE? is rumored to feature a new Exynos processor but other reports indicated that the smartphone?will be benchmarked with the previous Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip, making a return to their old model of a Qualcomm-based version for countries in North America and Europe, while Asia on the other hand will receive the Exynos hardware ?Samsung LUCKY-LTE? is also rumored to feature 4GB of RAM and carries support for LTE Connectivity, posted by Know Your Mobile.
?Samsung Project Lucky?
Model name ?Samsung Project Lucky? meanwhile will include 3 GB of RAM, while being powered by the Exynos 8890 chipset, also referred to as Exynos M1, according to International Business Times. It will also sport eight custom processors that go for 1.5 GHz.
Both of the models, alleged to be the Galaxy S7 are reported to be test models, taking in the possibility that the final specs of the flagship smartphone are likely to change when the smartphone?variants are released. Rumors also suggest that aside from the 32 GB and 64 GB storage options for the Galaxy S7, the smartphone will have a metal unibody chassis and will still carry support for a microSD slot, according to International Business Times.