Galaxy S7 benchmarked positive with 3GB RAM

These days Samsung Galaxy users are busy trying the upgraded Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge along with S6 Edge+ and the Note 5. Last two devices were launched with extra power as compared to the former Galaxy devices. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ are powerful but still for some users the limit is far beyond. Read complete specs of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ here.

For this season we may not see any other Galaxy device as nothing sets on the list. But the Galaxy S7 have started emerging though various spots. Among these include the benchmarking sites which are getting some positive results while testing the power of Galaxy S7. Here we have similar results from a benchmarking which suggest a even more powerful device by Samsung under development. Read complete specs of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 here.

According to reports from Samsung home country media Samsung may not let us wait for the full cycle. Thus before 12 moths expire with current Galaxy devices we can expect a new one or a pair. The Korean media reports say Samsung will push a new device into market in first two or three months of next year.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 benchmark results

Following the expectation from Samsung, the upcoming device from Samsung is described with enlarged specs. The Galaxy S7 is expected to be in between 5.1 to 5.2inch in display of its smaller model. While if there will be a larger model it may carry 5.7 to 5.8inch display. Until now we have both Snapdragon and Exynos SoCs on the expectation list, Samsung may try both on different models of Galaxy S7 or we may see on at all.

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With all these details joined by LTE and 4GB RAM we have some highly appreciating results from benchmarking results of Galaxy S7. It is also expected to come in a model without LTE and carrying a little smaller 3GB RAM. But considering the Galaxy S6 Edge+ the ultimate device will carry either 4GB RAM and LTE or anything higher.

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