Samsung Will Unveil the Galaxy S7 in Three Weeks

Samsung Will Unveil the Galaxy S7 in Three Weeks

Meanwhile, Jessica Dolcourt gets snarky on a Sunday-Ready for the Samsung Galaxy S7? Here are the most important things to know about the Samsung Galaxy S7. One of the screenshots shows the hashtag #TheNextGalaxy, while the second screen simply shows the date - February 21, 2016.

Samsung has confirmed that it will hold a media event on February 21, a day ahead of the MWC, in Barcelona and launch Galaxy S7. There would be two versions of Galaxy S7 and that would be one curved and one straight-sided. Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 650 processor, the device will feature a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will be the successors to the last year's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.

If you can't make it to Barcelona for the launch the event will likely be streamed online, or alternative stay tuned to SiliconANGLE for all the latest Samsung news from Mobile World Congress as it breaks.

According to new reports, Samsung will be having releasing its newest addition to its mobile devices "Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge" few weeks from now.

Tablet sales keep declining, but Samsung recently launch a new tablet that belongs to the entry-level Galaxy Tab E and it was reported that the company might soon launch other small tablets to the series.

Unlike previous year, the Galaxy S7 won't be joined by a matching 5.1-inch Edge and then a larger 5.7-inch Edge Plus.

Galaxy S7 rumors going on include larger screen than Galaxy S6 and it could cost less than Galaxy S6. Supposedly the Galaxy S7 will only have a 12 MP camera, down from 16 MP in the S6.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge have been praised for its innovative design and hardware power. Both, Samsung and LG, realize that, and are expected to stack the Galaxy S7 and the LG G5 with top-end gear. Of course, integrated support for> a href="" *Samsung Pay, launching in Australia this year, is an obvious inclusion.

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