Samsung Galaxy S7 Has IPhone-Like Unibody

Posted: Sep 21 2015, 7:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 21 2015, 8:06pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy S7 has iPhone-Like Unibody
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Rumors out of Korea say that Samsung will adopt a unibody design for the Galaxy S7 expected in the Spring of 2016.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 has not lived up to the high expectations Samsung had. The company is already busy working on the next Galaxy. According to a report out of South Korea, Samsung is completely redesigning the Galaxy S7 with a magnesium alloy unibody.

According to iNews24, the goal is to produce a smooth surface like the iPhone.

Samsung actually has been criticized for adopting iPhone features. The lack of an SD card slot in the Galaxy S6 has turned off many fans. It is not necessarily in Samsung's interest to make the Galaxy S7 similar to an iPhone. The company managed with the Galaxy S6 Edge to deliver a unique design and consumers appreciated it. The demand for the Galaxy S6 edge was much higher than Samsung anticipated.

The new Galaxy S7 is expected to be unveiled at the end of February, 2016. There is still some time for the Galaxy S7 to materialize. So far the Galaxy S7 is rumored to have a large 5.7-inch screen and a dual camera. GforGames also reported that there will be two Galaxy S7 versions, one based on the Exynos M1 SoC and the other on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.

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