Samsung To Manufacture 5 Million Galaxy S7 Units For First Batch

Posted: Dec 28 2015, 11:19am CST | by , Updated: Dec 28 2015, 9:50pm CST, in Rumors | Technology News


Samsung To Manufacture 5million Galaxy S7 Units For First Batch

Samsung has big plans for its next flagship.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 release is just around the corner. The New Year is fast approaching and if we believe rumors, the S7 will be launching in early 2016.

Different rumors and speculations have been making their way around regarding the new flagship.

Now, a recent report from South Korea which is a birth place of Samsung, suggests something about Galaxy S7’s planning phase.

As per the report, the company is deciding to manufacture nearly 5 million units of upcoming Galaxy S7 flagship Smartphone for the first batch.

The report also states that the device would launch in two versions. This info has already been leaked through various rumors from valid sources.

The first version would have a standard flat-screen version with a 5.2-inch display.

The second version is expected to come with 5.5-inch screen and curved screen edges.

The report further states that the standard version would have a greater amount of units out of 5 million units.

The figure is stated to be 3.3 million units, while the remaining would be the other version; Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

Apart from the above mentioned details, another point worth pondering is that various rumors have suggested that upcoming Samsung flagship would have total of 4 versions.

The different versions would be named as Galaxy S7, S7 Plus, S7 Edge, and S7 Edge Plus.

The report also reveals that the devices are scheduled to launch sometime in February, next year.

This is the same news we have been hearing for quite some time.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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