There’s been a lot of speculation on what versions of the Galaxy S7 Samsung will release and what their screen sizes will be. Now, we have some more firm information on what sizes we’re looking at, thanks to import website Zauba.
Zauba lists the Galaxy S7 as coming with a 5.1-inch display, keeping it with the same size as last year’s Galaxy S6. The big difference is the Galaxy S7 Edge, which Zauba says will sport a larger 5.5-inch OLED display.
Zauba had no listing for the highly speculated Galaxy S7 Edge Plus; however, it’s rumored to sort a massive 6-inch display. That’s far larger than even Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5.
There have been many reports saying that Samsung won’t launch three variants of the Galaxy S7, but a new report coming from renowned leakster Evan Blass contests that idea, confirming that there will indeed be at least three models available in 2016.
Samsung is expected to fully unveil the Galaxy S7 on February 21, just a day before the MWC 2016 convention begins.
As far as specifications go, rumors say that the new Galaxy S7 variants will all have Quad HD OLED displays in tow, Samsung’s new Exynos processor, and better cameras, despite a rumored drop in megapixel count. The devices are also rumored to have a pressure sensitive display, similar to that of Apple’s 3D Touch.
Anyone looking forward to Samsung’s upcoming flagship?