Samsung’s Galaxy S6 still feels new, and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 are actually still brand new. But, even still, Samsung is pushing ahead on its development of the Galaxy S7, which is expected to make its debut sometime early next year. New reports reveal a few details for the company’s next flagship.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is taking the same approach that it did to the Galaxy S6 with the Galaxy S7. It’s planning two models, one with curved edges that may eventually launch as the Galaxy S7 Edge, and one with a flat surface. The phones are allegedly called “Hero” and “Hero2” internally and are part of “Project Lucky.” SamMobile said the model number for the S7 Edge is SM-G935 while the regular Galaxy S7 will launch as the SM-G930.
SamMobile suggested that Samsung is trying to work on a few different features that still aren’t final. One is possible microSD card support, and another is juggling between either a dual-lens camera or a 20-megapixel shooter. The good news? It looks like all U.S. carriers are already listed to carry the device.
We’ll see how much of this changes before Samsung announces the devices which, if history repeats itself, should occur during Mobile World Congress in late February.