Couple of weeks ago Samsung has announced their latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 5 (First Impression) which was soon launched in India as well, and now as per the latest news it seems company has already started work on its flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S7 which is scheduled for next year launch, most probably in the month of March we could see Samsung launching it in an Unpacked event.
Leaks has started floating over internet for this device and the latest one is coming via AnTuTu Benchmark which was found by Steve Hemmerstoffer, this benchmark result shows Samsung is going to use latest flagship processor of Qualcomm which is Snapdragon 820, we have some doubts on this as earlier this year Samsung has skipped Snapdragon 810 processor due to its heating issue and used their in house Exynos chipset.
Apart from this, Samsung Galaxy S7 is code-named Project Lucky, this could be because number 7 is treated as lucky number in many place of the world, it is said to have 5.7-inch QHD display; 4GB of RAM and 64GB of on board storage.
At rear it will have 16MP rear snapper and an 5MP front facing camera, its the same which we had seen on Samsung Galaxy S6, when it comes to software, it will be running on Android 5.1.1, not on Android 6 Marshmallow.
Earlier leaks suggested that Samsung could be launching two variants of this flagship device, just like Apple, in 5.2-inch and 5.8-inch variants. Earlier this month Qualcomm has announced that Snapdragon 820 will come with ‘Smart Protect’ Real-Time Malware Protection which will inform users if it finds any abnormal behavior from any app.