Reports have been surfacing regarding Samsung’s planning to integrate Qualcomm’s S820 chipset for some of its upcoming Galaxy S7. Rumors already there suggesting that the South Korean electronics could introduce its next Galaxy S flagship in three variants, according to the recent speculation. Now, as per Reuters report, it is somewhat considerable.
If Samsung’s Galaxy S7 packs Snapdragon 820 SoC, then it will be exclusive for United States and China. Other two variants of S7 by Samsung will come integrated with its own Exynos chip. Recent iterations of Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ indeed launched with Exynos CPUs and it was although confirmed by Samsung that the Snapdragon 810 processor are found to be overheating issues.
Samsung has already used Qualcomm Snapdragon chips on its flagships in the past and now it seems like it has took a decision to announce Galaxy S7 in two variants, one with Snapdragon 820 and Exynos 8890, which is well known for power-houses. and with Dual-Edge screens also, and two front-facing Selfie cameras as well.