According to Reuters, Samsung intends to produce a first “batch” 5 million units of the 2016 flagship, the Galaxy S7. This initial number has included the production of both versions of the new Galaxy, ie a 5.2-inch LCD and the other 5.5-inch curved screen, the acclaimed Galaxy S7 Edge. However, rumors suggest the Galaxy S7 Edge possibly have a 5.7-inch screen.
Of this initial 5 million units of the new Galaxy family S7, 3.3 million will be the “normal” Galaxy S7 and the remaining 1.7 million will be the Galaxy S7 Edge version. There are also several speculations on the number of versions that this equipment will have, and the 4 are identified as possible variations, perhaps 2 to the “normal” Galaxy S7 and the other two for the Edge version.
There are rumors that point that the release date of the Galaxy S7 is located somewhere in February next year, but still there are no certainties, there is still a lot of speculation involved. On the other hand, there are sources that claim that the release date of Samsung’s new flagship is somewhere in March. We can only go speculating about this matter.