Samsung typically announces its new Galaxy S flagships at or around MWC, which in 2016 takes place towards the end of February. But this time we might see the announcement brought forward to sometime in January.
That’s according to ETNews, which claims the Samsung Galaxy S7 could arrive more than a month ahead of schedule, citing ‘multiple parts industry stakeholders’ as their source. More specifically it appears to say that the flagship will arrive on January 19, though the translated version of the page isn’t entirely clear.
While this is all just a rumour for now Samsung did announce the Galaxy Note 5 a couple of weeks earlier than expected, so it is very possible that it will do the same with the Galaxy S7.
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The report also mentions both ‘premium’ and ‘sub-premium’ versions of the phone, which lines up with recent rumours…
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