WSJ: Samsung Galaxy S7 will come with pressure-sensitive display, high-speed charging port
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has revealed in a Monday report that Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S7 handset will come with a pressure-sensitive display as well as a high-speed charging port.
According to the WSJ report, Samsung is also probably planning to introduce a retina scanner for some models of the upcoming Galaxy S7 handset, which is currently in production.
In addition, the report has also projected that Samsung will also launch a curved-screen variant of the Galaxy S7 handset, on the lines of the company’s current-generation Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge flagship smartphones.
It is being speculated that the new Galaxy S7 handset will likely be announced by Samsung on the day before 2016 Mobile World Congress, which will kick off in Barcelona on February 21, 2016. The sales of the handset will probably begin in mid-March.
Meanwhile, so far as the other speculations about the Galaxy S7 handset are concerned, some last-week leaks have disclosed that the new handset will likely be powered by a faster Snapdragon 820 processor, and will bring back the storage expansion slot of the Galaxy S5 model. Moreover, some earlier reports have also hinted that the starting price of the Galaxy S7 handset will probably be lowered by Samsung up to 10 percent below that of the Galaxy S6.
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