Samsung is within the making plans ranges for his or her subsequent flagship, which we believe can be referred to as the Samsung Galaxy S7 as soon as it hits the marketplace. It’s by no means too early, proper? Anyway, the primary bit of stories concerning the 2016 flagship has arrived. The tool’s codename, Jungfrau, has proven up in inside Android A checking out files.
Said files screen a captivating tidbit: Samsung is it seems that bearing in mind the use of the Snapdragon 820 within the factor. It’s Qualcomm’s up to date chipset, and it’ll use a 14nm FinFet procedure for higher warmth, potency and tool. It will have to supply a 35% boost in raw juice over the Snapdragon 810, a chipset which used to be handiest held again way to thermal problems.
Of direction, checking out the Snapdragon 820 within the handset doesn’t essentially lock Samsung into the use of it. We’re positive they’re nonetheless very early within the analysis and construction degrees of establishing the Galaxy S7, and anything else can amendment among from time to time. It’s additionally imaginable they're simply the use of the Snapdragon 820 for prototyping at the same time as they prepare dinner up higher Exynos-branded wares of their very own.
Still, there’s an excellent chance the corporate will faucet Qualcomm for the processing items after skipping out this yr. O earlier rumor recommended Samsung would help manufacture Qualcomm’s latest chipset. That doesn’t precisely make sure anything else — Samsung could simply be accepting a freelance for the sake of accepting a freelance — however it’s affordable to signify the connection makes the likelihood much more likely.
It’s nonetheless some distance too early to understand so much approximately Samsung’s plans, and to be fair we’re extra desirous about what the company is getting ready to reveal in New York in a couple of days. Let’s deal with that, after which we will be able to get started scratching our chins as we marvel approximately what 2016 may have in retailer.
[by the use of GforGames]