Samsung Galaxy S7 will be released in upcoming MWC 2016 with Magnesium Alloy Unibody
Samsung is busy in the making of their new year flagship Galaxy S7 which will be released in MWC 2016. The rumor mills are busy in generating the rumors about this smartphone and now we have another leak with us about the design of Galaxy S7 which will come in “unibody design”.
The new report suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will come in magnesium alloy unibody design. This information has been collected from different sources which are associated with Samsung’s supply chain unit. According to the leaked information Samsung recently got magnesium alloy cases from the firm that made 6013 series aluminum metal frame for Galaxy S6 series.
The new information said that the Galaxy S7 will come in “metal unibody” and Samsung has no plan to use any new material for designing the body of the smartphone. The magnesium allows supplier provided the sample to Samsung with “smooth Surface” and the sample is already used in Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Samsung is still thinking about to use this tough material and they might prefer to launch Galaxy S7 with glass-metal build considering it a suitable protection for the smartphone and not easy to bend and light in weight in comparison with magnesium alloy.
As far as the specs concerned the rumors said that the Galaxy S7 will appear with a 5.7-inch display, along with a dual-camera setup. It is also expected that the device will come in two versions; one of them is powered with Snapdragon 820 system on chip and the other could be using the Samsung’s own Exynos M1 chipset.