Samsung is soon to release its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones, both these smartphones will be unveiled one day ahead of the MWC event. Recently, the Galaxy S7 phone was spotted on the 3C China’s compulsory certification and now there are reports that these phones have appeared via the FCC. The Korean giant has confirmed that it will unveil its upcoming flagship phone on 21st February i.e. one day ahead of the MWC event.
The manufacturer is already busy getting a head start and in preparing the logistics before launching this smartphone. Samsung’s S7 and S7 Edge will get model numbers SM G930A and SM G935A, respectively. However, the documents released via FCC certification authority don’t contain images of this device but they do contain the model numbers for various variants that will be released for this device.
As per report, FCC authority also lists down various bands, connectivity options and certifications namely Bluetooth, NFC and Dual band Wi-Fi.
Samsung will provide its upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge models with either a 5.2 inch display or a bigger 5.7 inch screen on the Edge phone. These might come powered by either an Exynos 8890 or a Snapdragon 820 chipset as reported earlier. The phone is already certified with both the processors expected to come packed on it. Recently, Samsung confirmed that the camera for the S7 phone will be just 0.8 mm wide.