Samsung Galaxy S7 To Feature Three Processor Variants

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Samsung has been aching to tell more on their upcoming flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S7, though rumours and speculations regarding the device had roamed around the webspace for a while, it is still one of the most highly acclaimed devices to launch. News of a possible three processor variant Samsung Galaxy S7 have led to many speculations and theories, with that in mind, lets dig a little deeper regarding the subject.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon series has been absent from the S6 variants and many of Samsung’s loyal patrons thought this was the end of the Qualcomm-Samsung partnership, however, in regards to the S7, it seems that they’re partnership hasn’t gone by yet, with the expected Qualcomm Snapdragon chip to be featured on the Galaxy S7.

Though, random rumours regarding a possibility of a 3-variant chipset Samsung Galaxy S7 is something to actually look at, with one of these chipset being a Exynos 8890 and the second one being the Snapdragon chip. The third option is expected to be an in-house made chipset, known as the Exynos 7422, which is expected to be featured in the Indian version of the device. The Snapdragon chip, which will be likely a Snapdragon 820 would likely to be featured in the US and China market, while the remaining variant, the Exynos 8890 is expected to be featured on Korea, Japan and Europe.

There isn’t any other news regarding what variant will the Philippines received, though most likely, we’ll have US version of the device, which features the Snapdragon 820. The Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to arrive at 2016, though no specific date has been given yet.

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