Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Pricing Details Share Attractive Details
As we finally get to set in 2016, all eyes are on Samsung’s upcoming launches of the Galaxy S7 flagship lineup of smartphones expected from the Korean manufacturer at the cohorts of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Given the nature of the leak and the rumor mill we’ve seen a lot surface about the device over the past couple of months, so heading into February we have quite a decent idea of what to expect from Samsung’s flagship smartphone, all set to dictate the pace for Android flagships in 2016.
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 To Be Cheaper Than Predecessors Claim South Korean Media Reports
When it comes to the Galaxy S7 we know quite a lot of things about the device by now. Its expected to be launched with Samsung’s Exynos 8890 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 on board, both of which will take things in mobile processing to the next level. Aside from this, Samsung’s also expected to upgrade the rear camera sensor, battery and overall design aesthetics which are expected to make this year’s Samsung Galaxy flagship a vastly different device from last year’s offerings.
Samsung did after all manage to significantly shake up things on the Galaxy smartphone lineup with the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge launched last year. Not only did both the devices come with a completely new design and build materials, but we also saw the company’s in-house Exynos 7420 receive extra attention with the launch of the devices. Throttling didn’t do any wonders for the Snapdragon 810 and Samsung chose to rely only on its own silicon last year.
Today’s bit however relates to the pricing details on the Galaxy S7 and if you’re looking to grab yourself one this year then you’re in for some good bit of news. Sources in Samsung’s home country, South Korea have started to speak up about the pricing details of the upcoming flagship smartphones and according to them, Samsung’s going to go a bit easy on your pockets this time around.
According to sources, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be 10% cheaper than its predecessor, which means that we’re looking at a price reduction of around $40 this time around. Samsung ran into a bit of bad luck last year with the Galaxy S6 and its pricing as the Korean manufacturer saw market prices of its premium flagship smartphone decline all around. Looks like the company is eager to learn from the mistakes of the past. We hope it does. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest.