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Galaxy S7 Edge Might Not Be Coming As Quickly As You Expected

Omar Sohail
Posted Jan 27, 2016
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We have spoken on this subject on numerous occasions; the fact that there are going to be two versions of Galaxy S7 will make the announcement even sweeter. However, Galaxy S7 Edge, the device with the curved edge display might release after the announcement of the regular version, which might not bode well as far as fans are concerned.

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Galaxy S7 Edge To Come In Several Models – Here Are All The Details You Need To Know

Previously, we reported that there were going to be a total of four Galaxy S7 models, at least according to the form factors that they were going to be coming in. These models have been listed below:

  • Galaxy S7
  • Galaxy S7 Edge
  • Galaxy S7 Edge Plus
  • Galaxy S7 Plus

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Another report state that the regular version was going to sport a screen size of 5.1 inches, which is the same size present on Samsung’s previous generation flagship lineup. In addition, it is also possible that dual-SIM variants of the handset are going to be announced later down the road, and on top of that, the device is going to be coming out in two chipset variants; Snapdragon 820 and Exynos 8890 (both of which are manufactured on the 14nm FinFET LPP process). The only disappointing thing about this revelation is that the upcoming smartphone models are not going to be released at the same time, indicating that loyal fans of the Galaxy lineup will have to wait if they want to enjoy the more appealing model.

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Additionally, the edge model might retain the same strip of pixels that will add additional functionality and seeing as how this is going to be the third smartphone from the South Korean tech giant, Samsung would definitely make an effort to make sure that your extra set of dollars was well invested. Speaking of investment, we have absolutely no clue what the price tag is going to be of these smartphone models but considering that they will be loaded with a ton of features and ‘top of the line hardware’, we cannot expect Samsung to price them according to an ideal price/performance ratio.

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However, this pricing strategy might end up biting the company later down the road since we know that several Chinese OEMs are also gearing up to release their own mobile offerings; one that will cost less than the premium asking price of Galaxy S7 Edge. Regardless, we will be updating you with the latest and ‘up to date’ information regarding all the info you wanted to know about the smartphone. For now, tell us what feature you are dying to see from the upcoming handset in our polls below.

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