Samsung has announced the date of its next Unpacked event, where the company is expected to reveal the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7. There isn’t much we don’t know about the Galaxy S7 at the moment, and most of its specifications have already been leaked all over the internet.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to be produced in at least two different sizes, with up to four variants also rumoured. At the moment, the baseline S7 will likely be a 5.1-inch form with a normal display. The phone is also expected to be shipping in a larger 5.5-inch form factor with a curved display. evleaks has done the usual thing and managed to get his hands on a render of these two versions of the S7.
Internally, the Galaxy S7 is expected to be running on 4GB RAM with up to 64GB of storage. The rear camera has apparently been knocked down to 12MP, while the front camera remains at 5MP. Unfortunately, there have been conflicted reports over which processor Samsung will be using. While it was originally reported that the South Koreans would be going back to Qualcomm and adopt the Snapdragon 820, a benchmark test from Antutu suggests that there will at least be one variant packing the Exynos 8890.
We will find out what Samsung has in store for us this year with the Galaxy S7 soon enough. The announcement is expected to be made on 21 February, and we should have an idea of what the company has been up to.