With some of the best releases in the world of smartphones over the decade, Samsung has truly been the leader when it comes to the world of smartphone technology. When we take a deeper look at things, the Android revolution which decimated the Nokia markets saw Samsung emerge as the biggest benefactor as it made the most out of the situation and burst into the scene with a large number of android devices at various price points. What sets Samsung apart from other companies is that the company literally has something for everyone. It has some of the most premium devices in the markets and has some of the simplest, entry level devices. Moreover, Samsung comes with a goodwill that it has established in the consumer electronics markets. The latest from Samsung would be in March of 2016 – The Samsung Galaxy S7.
Over the past few weeks we have been updating our readers with some of the latest updates regarding Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone. In latest news, a new image has leaked which allegedly shows the metallic plate of a phone widely rumoured to be the Samsung Galaxy S7 –
While this is much larger than what we anticipate it to be, it is also believed to be an S7 Plus version of the phone. As per GforGames, the chassis “seems to match the SGS7’s ‘description’ quite well” because it’s another metal-edged smartphone that leaves room for glass fronts and backs.
In other news, the Samsung Galaxy S7, as per the Wall Street Journal is also expected to come out with a pressure sensitive screen. This looks like a feature which has been introduced by the company in order to combat the competition that they have been facing from Apple’s 3D Touch which was released with the iPhone 6s recently.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 would likely be teased at the CES 2016, and is expected to hit the markets by late March to early April of next year.