Samsung is taking a look to avoid wasting money in 2016/16 after a fairly disappointing yr stretch during which Apple, in addition to Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi and Huawei, have systematically eaten away at its international marketplace percentage, leading to not up to anticipated gross sales and income.
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 EDGE have been of our favorite handsets of 2015. They appeared superior and the efficiency used to be very good. Solid stuff, certainly. Unfortunately shoppers weren’t too inspired with what Samsung had delivered to the desk and gross sales have been smartly beneath what the company anticipated to shift. And Apple having document-breaking years in a row didn't lend a hand issues, neither did Xiaomi hoovering up in China.
But it’s OK — no less than we have now the Galaxy S7 to sit up for, proper? Kind of. But ut all will depend on whether or not or now not you loved the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 EDGE as a result of Samsung isn’t planning to do so much to the feel and appear of the handset, consistent with resources conversant in its plans.
The sources mentioned above spilled their guts to The Korea Times, a on a regular basis excellent newsletter for all issues Samsung and LG. According to the resources, “the S7 may have enhancements each in image high quality, efficiency and different a few new options. But as a result of smartphones have already been commoditised, you don’t want to spend extra on a surface overhaul.”
Translation? The general layout of the telephones will stay the similar and all top adjustments might be beneath the hood — sound acquainted? It will have to. This is strictly what Apple does with its iPhone cycle yr-in-yr out. The source claims the Galaxy S7 will function quicker processors, new DRAM chips with increased garage, and OLED presentations. All large, helpful improvements with a purpose to unquestionably be liked via O LOT of other folks.
Personally, S’d like to peer a moderately higher show and a large bump to battery efficiency. If Samsung does this then O’ll be a cheerful bunny, as A am relatively a fan of the Galaxy S6’s overall design language and finish.
What say you?