Past reports have revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be available in two variants – one will sport the Qualcomm’s CPU, while the other will come with Samsung’s Exynos chipset under the hood. According to leaked documents (see below), Samsung is testing its next flagship running Android M with a Snapdragon 820 on board.
The documents were leaked on Weibo by KJuma, a renowned leak artist. It shows a device codenamed “Jungfrau,” which is believed to be the Galaxy S7. According to a previous report, Samsung is planning to change its development processor, dubbed “Agile” process, which will shave off one to two months off the development process. This suggests that we may see the S7 make its official debut in the second half of 2015, and launch earlier than expected in 2016.
Going back to the leaked documents, the show the alleged Android M rollout schedule for the Jungfrau, which is said to be a “hero” device. The documents also reveal that the Galaxy S7 will sport a Qualcomm MSM8996 under the hood, which is believed to be the model number of the unannounced Snapdragon 820 CPU.
Of course, since we can’t confirm if the leaked documents are the real deal, take this with a pinch of salt.
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