With the year about to end, its time to get excited about how advanced smartphones can be in the following year. As reported by 9to5Google, an e-commerce site DHGate.com has apparenty started to sell cases of the upcoming Galaxy S flagships and we can expect Samsung to have a standard and Plus variant of its flagship, since the merchant is also selling at bulk prices, it could mean that the phone’s design is pretty much confirmed already.
Judging from the Galaxy S7’s mocked up or rendered design, the only changes you can notice would be its front camera placement shifted to the right position and the fingerprint scanner embedded home button is flatter and lengthier than the current model. While in terms of build quality, we can expect Samsung to continue using its current all glass and metal body design. In terms of specs, rumors has it that the Galaxy S7 could start sporting Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips once again instead of Samsung’s Exynos on selected markets, Samsung is also expected to bring the MicroSD slot back to the Galaxy S7 as well, which is rather welcoming for fans.
While we won’t be seeing any announcements in CES 2016 on Samsung’s next big thing, the company might keep teasers going on through the days to its MWC 2016 launch otherwise, we should be seeing an UNPACKED event of its own.