Samsung is reportedly working on the upcoming Galaxy S7. We’ve heard quite a lot about the handset over the past few weeks.
According to a new rumor, Samsung has started the development on the firmware of the alleged Galaxy S7, which is expected to launch early next year.
The folks at SamMobile reports that Samsung has started working on the firmware of the upcoming flagship device slightly earlier. This may complement the previous rumors hinting at the launch of the handset a little earlier, possibly in February 2016 instead of the Mobile World Congress.
Rumors suggest there are going to be two variants of the handset when it launches next year, possibly a simple version as well as the curved screen version. As for processor, it’s likely to come with Exynos 8990, which has reportedly entered mass production.
There are no confirmation from Samsung about the alleged flagship device, but we’ve heard quite a lot about the handset. The leaks are bound to increase in the next few weeks, if the company is planning to announce it in February.
We’ll update you as soon as we get any other information about the alleged Galaxy S7.