Samsung Galaxy S7: Codenamed Project Lucky will be released in February 2016?
The next Samsung Galaxy is alleged to be the Galaxy S7. Rumor has it that this smartphone may be launched in early 2016, probably in February after its official announcement in January.
There is no specific reason why Samsung is calling for an early announcement and release date for the Galaxy S7. Nonetheless, the company will most likely to follow this early launch to get out ahead of its competition with a new handset that allows consumers to buy it right away instead of killing the excitement with a long waiting period.
Since Samsung is expected to release a new handset next year, a lot of speculations are already circulating around the world of Internet these days. Some says the Samsung Galaxy S7 is believed to have a magnesium alloy unibody design as well as a dual-camera approach.
As previously reported by VCPost, the South Korean tech giant might introduce two new Galaxy S7 variants, namely S7 and S7+, just like the Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S7 has been internally coded by Samsung as SM-G930 and SM-G935, which suggests two different release models. One of them will sport a 5.2-inch Quad HD display and the other one a 5.8-inch Quad HD display. This new Samsung innovation is also being built up under the codename of Project Lucky.
Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy S7 is rumored to feature a dual-camera setup with 16-megapixel primary camera and 5-megapixel secondary camera, 4K resolution, and 64GB internal storage. It is also said to be powered by either Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor or Exynos M1 chipset, a 4GB or 6GB of RAM, as well as a microSD slot feature that was missing on the Galaxy S6.
Unfortunately, Samsung has not confirmed anything about the matter yet. All the news that people read are pure speculations until the South Korean tech giant announced solid information about the Samsung Galaxy S7.