Samsung Galaxy S7 will have two variants like its predecessor

Samsung logoAccording a report by SamMobile, the yet to be revealed Samsung Galaxy S7 will be available in two variants. The latter will include one with flat screen and another one with a dual-edge solution.

The Galaxy S7 with flat display will sport the model number SM-G930, while its edge sibling will carry the SM-G935 moniker. Both versions have been confirmed to launch in Europe, China, Korea, Canada, as well as the United States. More markets will certainly join this list going forward.

The Galaxy S7 family is internally known as Project Lucky. However, its two variants are reportedly referred to as Hero and Hero2.

Specs-wise, Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to feature a version with Exynos 8890 chipset, as well as a variant with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. Both models will be equipped with Samsung’s zippy UFS 2.0 flash storage.

The report claims that a microSD card slot might make it back to the spec sheet of the Galaxy S7, though this particular bit is unconfirmed. The same goes for the camera of the smartphone, which could feature either dual-sensor setup, or a 20MP ISOCELL sensor.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: Galaxy S7, Samsung, smartphones

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