Samsung is in the news again with a new rumor. This time it’s about its plans to launch the Galaxy S7 in the second half of this year. This comes after the rumour that the company will skip on releasing an Edge version of the Note 5.
According to the Korean-based news outlet, Newsis, Samsung is pushing its R&D department to develop the Galaxy S7 flagship faster so it can release the handset 2-3 months earlier than usual. This would mean that Samsung would be releasing two generations of its flagship Galaxy S range in 12 months.
It would be a surprise if Samsung release two generations of its Galaxy S line in a year, especially after the released of the Galaxy Note at IFA. But if the Note 5 will be released earlier than usual, probably the same will also happen to the Galaxy S7.
Let’s not forget that there’s also the rumour that Samsung is planning on releasing the Galaxy S6 Plus with a 5.4 or 5.5-inch display, possibly before the Note 5 makes its appearance.