A new report claims Samsung will take one other web page out of Apple's iPhone playbook in relation to its upcoming flagship Galaxy S7. A source claims the smartphone will retain the identical design because the Galaxy S6 and obtain beneath-the-hood enhancements, identical to Apple's strategy with its "s" moniker iPhones.
Samsung has taken repeated flak through the years over the design of its high-finish smartphones and phablets. Whereas rival smartphone makers like HTC started to focus on matching Apple's iPhones in the feel and appear division by dropping plastic for metallic, Samsung continued its custom of focusing on prime-of-the-line specs and unique software features.
With lower than stellar gross sales of its flagship Galaxy S5 in 2014, it turned clear to Samsung that it wanted to provide its followers what they have been asking for, a smartphone that really competed with Apple's iPhone in efficiency and premium design.
The introduction of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge was the revealing of Samsung's new design language, which now included an extremely-skinny metallic and glass design. The S6 Edge was even awarded "Greatest New Handset, Pill, or System" at Cellular World Congress in March. In the event you beloved the design of the Samsung Galaxy S6, you are going to love the look of its successor, subsequent yr's flagship Galaxy S7. For those who have been hoping for a new design, you are in all probability going to have to attend till 2017.
A new report claims Samsung will use the identical design of the Galaxy S6 and focus on enhancing efficiency and beefing up the smartphone's internals and camera. It will reportedly permit the corporate to maintain manufacturing prices down, which might additionally doubtless permit Samsung to price the Galaxy S7 decrease than Apple's newest iPhones. This seems to again up a earlier report that stated Samsung was planning to make the price of the Galaxy S7 cheaper than the Galaxy S6 at launch.
As with all rumors of extremely-anticipated smartphones, take this rumor with a grain of salt for now.
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