The network continues to rumble around the Galaxy S7, slated to be Samsung's new leading smartphone to be launched this coming January or February, and it's not hard to understand why - by now we know with almost complete certainty that it will arrive (at least in some of its versions) With Exynos 8890 chip, Which appears to be a real performance monster that can even make Exynos 7420 look like chip Intermediate.
In addition to all reports on the intended launch date or material from which the mantle of the device (the currently leading candidate is a magnesium alloy, which is supposedly milder and tougher than aluminum, incidentally), stands out Very intriguing reporting About the Premium version of theGalaxy S7 - which is more naturally expensive, will offer a screen resolution 4k And a chip with no less than 14 threads, compared to "only" 12 threads inExynos 8890 displayed last week.
It's a bit hard for us to believe this rumor, because this means that the Galaxy S7 Premium will actually come with a chip that is not Exynos 8890 - The addition of any processing clusters (in the same manufacturing process) means a physical increase in the chip, and we do not remember too many situations where chips of different physical sizes and with different capabilities were under the same model name, perhaps exceptApple A9 where the minor difference is the result of collaboration with two different chip manufacturers with different production technologies.
However, we believe that the general idea of the report, according to which we will see more automakers in the near future Sony And presenting up-to-date versions of their flagship flagship products makes sense. Many automakers are desperately looking for a way to increase their profitability in the competitive smartphone world, and it seems that apart from recruiting all the latest technology and all possible branding to create a new super category where profit margins can be slightly wider, there are not many other possible directions, given the tremendous competition coming Because of China and succeeds in surprising us every time with its attractive prices.
Not surprised to see Samsung lift the glove in the premium handsets, as it has in fact been doing for two years with its Edge models, which offer unique gimmicks at a small (but significant, ultimately) cost. The Galaxy S7 is sure to come in the Edge version as well - and we're not opposed to the idea of also seeing a third version of the device that offers unique features. Perhaps one that will also come with water and dust immunity and a particularly large battery, similarly For the great Galaxy S6 Active But exclusive to AT & T in the current generation.
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