New rumors confirm previous speculations of Galaxy S7 and S7 edge’s price

With the MWC 2016 event just around the corner, leaks and rumors are flowing in like never before. We can safely claim that by the time the official unveiling arrives, Samsung wont have anything to surprise it’s customers with. Rather it wont be a lie if one claims that we already know almost everything there is to know about the upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.

According to previous rumors, Samsung’s upcoming 32 GB Galaxy S7 will cost around $699 while the 64 GB version will add another $100. As for the 32 GB S7 edge, it was being expected to start from $799 while the 64 GB variation will cost Samsung lovers around $899.

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Courtesy: Phonearena

Courtesy: Phonearena

A recent claim by the source, based in Netherlands, verifies our previous speculations regarding the price tags of the upcoming flagship smartphones by Samsung. According to them, 32GB Galaxy S7 will cost €699.99 while S7 edge will be starting from €799.99. It should be noted that the same price tags were announced by the tech giant for the case of Galaxy S6 and S6 edge last year. Moreover, the speculations are such that for the U.S customers the numbers will remain same in Dollars; i.e $699 for 32 GB S7 and $ 799 for 32 GB S7 edge.

Apart from the price, rumors are that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will be equipped with either Snapdragon 820 processor, or Exynos 8890. Moreover features like 4 GB RAM, 12MP rear camera with Britecell technology, and a more powerful battery are being anticipated. Thanks to Zauba, we also know that S7 and S7 edge will also feature a 5.1″ and 5.5″ Super AMOLED display respectively. Last but not the least,  S7 and S7 edge will hopefully be water resistant.

As far as the OS of the devices is concerned, both of them will hopefully be powered by the latest Android Marshmallow which was released last year. Marshmallow, among numerous new goodies, features a completely new app drawer,redesigned app permissions, Doze, and Google Now on Tap.

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