As 2016 progresses, people are becoming more curious about what Samsung is up to when it comes to its next flagship phones. This is giving birth to many speculations. After speculating about Galaxy S7’s camera, display, memory and more, rumors suggest that Samsung is all set to follow its own trend. This time, the brand may launch the Galaxy S7 Edge, S7 Edge+ and Galaxy S7, three smartphones, all together.
Though other Galaxy S7 stories may be rumors and mere speculations, the news of three Galaxy smartphones being launched at the same time may not be a rumor after all. Why? Because of the source. This news has come from none other than Evan Blass, serial tech leaker. Without mentioning that Galaxy S7 Edge, S7 Edge+ and Galaxy S7 may come together, he tweeted:
This may be the reason Samsung chose not to shed light on anything during CES 2016. The brand is expected to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 Edge+ at the Mobile World Congress 2016. The event will take place February 22-25. As usual, the specs of the phones will almost be the same, with minor differences here and there. The difference, this time, with the flagship phones is that Samsung is planning to launch them with different specifications depending on country/region. For instance, in some countries, Galaxy S7 Edge or Galaxy S7 may be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, while in other regions, Exynos 8890 chip will be used.