Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date Delayed? Rumored Specs And Price

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Want to get your hands immediately on the impending release of the Samsung Galaxy S7? It looks like you?ll have to wait longer as the Samsung Galaxy S7 release date seems to have been delayed.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date

According to Tech Times, rumors have long pointed towards a January 2016 release window for the S7. But a new report from Korea reported that Samsung?s next flagship phone will be released in February.

?Galaxy 67 is about to be released in early February next year after a self-developed chips and application processors with integrated modem developed a chip (AP) will soon go into mass production,? a Samsung Electronics official reportedly (Google translated).

Unlike the newest iPhones which predictably releases every September, Samsung?s release of their latest flagship phone is tougher to anticipate. Samsung might make another surprise release like what they did with their surprise announcement of the Galaxy Note 5, Tech Times reported.

Galaxy S7 Specs & Price

Analyst Pan Jiutang said Samsung is considering to make the S7 be priced 10 percent lower than the S6, The Times of India reported. This move will help Samsung make their device more attractive to buyers by making it cheaper than Apple and other companies.

The Galaxy S7 is rumored to include a Cat 12 LTE supported by both Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and the Exynos 8990 processor, Valuewalk reported. Samsung?s handset may also have more curved screen models than before, the report said. The phone may also include the Force Touch technology as well as a 4k screen.

According to Know Your Mobile, Samsung is rumored to be in talks with Sony to use the Z5 camera for their mobile phone. If made possible, Samsung might be able to use Sony?s IMX300 23 MP sensor being used for the Sony Xperia Z5, the report said.

A total of three models of the S7 is rumored to be released all at the same time. The models include a Galaxy 67, Galaxy 67 Edge, and Galaxy S7 Edge+, Value Walk reported.

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