The popular tipster @evleaks got yet another interesting piece of intel today, this time around it's the Samsung Galaxy S7 in the spotlight. According to the leak the Galaxy S7 will be outed in four different editions: Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 plus, Galaxy S7 edge, and Galaxy S7 edge Plus.
This doesn't sound too surprising as Samsung already has three versions of its flagship (Galaxy S6, S6 edge and S6 edge+) and we already reported on the Plus version. Still it's nice to hear that the Plus won't be coming at the expense of some of the other two but will be bringing even more diversification to the lineup.
The Galaxy S7 lineup is expected to go official on the next MWC in February and to introduce the new Exynos 8890 chipset with Samsung's first custom processor cores. Other rumors point a brand new 12MP 1/2.0" sensor.
There is no indication if the Plus versions will be introduced side by side with the regular ones, but nevertheless - it seems very likely we are getting at least four Galaxy S7 phones next year, before we even start counting the Active, Neo, and Mini spin-offs.
I think it's because Samsung keeps bombarding us with so many new phones every few months whether it's the S, A, J, Edge, Note, and I think the rise of cheap but decent Chinese phones is to blame as well. Most average Joes don't use either, Apple kno...
Hoping for Micro SD with replaceable battery...
I have a s6 32gb, I think the new s7 needs to start at 64gb up to 128 with removable battery and sd card slot. I also think it should be splash proof.