A recent rumor suggests that Samsung Galaxy S7 is supposedly set to reach the United States Market this year’s March. The rumor started off after a tweet by EvLeaks, about the device. There have been many other rumors predicting the launch around about the same period. According to the tweet by EvLeaks, the possible release date is March 11. The tweet has clearly rejuvenated the hype about the flagship device Samsung Galaxy S7.
But the tweet does not give us any information about the other flagship devices from Samsung that are still in the queue. To be precise, there are quite a few Samsung flagship devices standing in the queue apart from Samsung Galaxy S7, like the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge+. But as it happens, after the tweet, some people are speculating about a slightly late arrival of the other flagship devices.
According to another rumor, Samsung will be releasing its flagship Galaxy S7 device during the Mobile World Congress 2016. It is also believed that the other flagship devices will also be unveiled during the same time, but might just be released some time later in the United States. The United States Carrier will have to wait at least till March before the products can really hit the market.
Samsung Galaxy S7: Rumored Specifications
The device is rumored to be coming with a 5.1 inch 2560×1440 QuadHD display, taking video experience to a completely new level. The device might just be flaunting an 8 core Qualcomm 820 Processor with 4GB RAM. The device is expected to be arriving with two memory variants at 32 GB and 64 GB.
Samsung Galaxy S7 is supposedly having a 12 Megapixel primary camera and a 300 mAh battery. The device will be coming with preinstalled Android 6.0.1 Marshmellow with Touchwiz. The device is expected to be available in three primary colors: Gold, Black and White.