SamMobile recently confirmed the Galaxy S7 details by verifying a device which popped up in the geekbench benchmark database. Earlier, it was rumored that Samsung is implementing a new development method to shorten its production time period, and finally it turns out to be true.
A fine example can be related with the early Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5 launch. The mentioned media platform included this device to be codenamed as “Lucky”. This is because they found a record for a device named “Lucky-LTE”.
An explanation by SamMobile says the reason behind choosing the project name as “Lucky”:
There’s probably a simple reason why Samsung is using that word for its next flagship – the number 7 has been called the lucky number for ages, and it doesn’t take a genius to figure out why the Galaxy S7 is being termed Lucky by the Korean giant
There’s not much known about the specifications. But, the Galaxy S7 is believed to be powered by a new Exynos 8890 chipset. It also includes a 20 Megapixels ISOCELL camera (first appeared on the Galaxy S5) which comes under a project i.e “all lens cover”.
I guess we’ve to wait for a tweet leak or similar leak to know more about the Galaxy S7. But, I feel it’s not the right time for Galaxy S7! It’s just too early.. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below about your thoughts on Galaxy S7.