Samsung launched the Galaxy S6 series of smartphones this year along with the Galaxy Note5. Not much time has passed since then, and the company is already working rigorously on its next flagship, the Galaxy S7. There have been rumors that the new Exynos 8890 SoC is being optimized with Mongoose CPU cores to get the best performance out of the Galaxy S7. And today, a new information regarding the phone has come out, suggesting that Samsung might launch three different variants of the phone.
As per the news, the company might launch the Galaxy S7 in three different variants, each one getting a different processor. In case you don’t remember, Exynos 7422 SoC was supposed to be first used in the Note5. You will be delighted to know that this chip will be used in the Indian variant of the Galaxy S7. Meanwhile, Japan, Korea, and the European countries will be getting the S7 with the Exynos 8890 SoC, also known as Exynos M1. For China and the US, Samsung plans to equip the Galaxy S7 with Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 820 chipset.
In case this piece of information is anything to go by, it would be the first instance where Samsung would be launching a flagship with three different chipsets. However, the Galaxy S7 is still months away from launch and anything might change in the meantime. So it’s better if we wait for some official announcement.