Samsung Galaxy S7: Rumored to carry Snapdragon 820

Samsung is going to launch Galaxy Smartphone at 7 pm on 21st February. We are covering everything that you must know about Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Smartphone here in our blog.

We have learned a couple recent rumours focused on the approaching Galaxy S7, plus a fresh report may reveal even more about the future flagship phone. Samsung is planning to release Galaxy S7 Smartphone soon this year may be with MWC event. This smartphone is going to have powerful specifications with Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB RAM. We also get rumours that Samsung will re-introduce micro SD card support for its flagship smartphone’s like Galaxy Note 6, Galaxy Grand 3 and Note Edge 2 which are reported to launch this year.

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Mentioning “business insiders,” the report implies that international versions could carry the Qualcomm processor. Meanwhile, South Korean customers would still allegedly get a device powered by Samsung’s own Exynos chip.

Samsung used to do the same thing with earlier smartphones, like the Galaxy S5. In the past year the firm made a larger push to use its own chips. Nonetheless, that may have had more to do with the overheating rumors surrounding the Snapdragon 810 than Samsung’s own processor ambitions.

Exynos-equipped devices such as Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 have turned out to be quite powerful, though it is unsure how they’ll compare to the Snapdragon 820. Samsung seems to have early access to the new Qualcomm chip, so when it comes time to start sending the Galaxy S7, hopefully the business can make the correct decision.

Check reports on flagships phones reported to release in 2016:

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