Although there have already been reports that Samsung's Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone will land in China sometime in March, we're yet to hear any confirmation on this. Now we have some sort of unofficial data pointing that way as three variants of the device have recently cleared China Compulsory Certification (3C).
The said variants carry model numbers of SM-G9308, SM-G9300, and SM-G9350 - while the first two are Galaxy S7 models, the third one is Galaxy S7 edge. All three feature support for fast charging at 9V 1.67A and 5V 2A.
Sadly, as is the case usually, nothing else was revealed by the 3C listings. However, we're hopeful that detailed specs will be revealed when the models pass through China's TENAA agency.
In case you missed it, Samsung just officially confirmed that the flagship device will be unveiled on February 21.
In vain. It will be a great failure. I can no longer keep pace with other competitors as Xiaomi, Oppo, Huawei, etc.
They have left their 2014 flagship a laggy mess after lollipop 5.0 update and nothing since then.its been almost two years since they have released the phone and its got only just 1 major update(4.4.2 to 5.0) since its launch.2014 flagships of most ...