Samsung is all set to unveil its new Galaxy S6 Edge+ alongside Galaxy Note 5 at its Unpacked 2015 event on August 13. Now that yet another leak of the next year’s Galaxy flagship smartphone surfaced, claiming to have Snapdragon 820 power, called Galaxy S7 and the company has already began working on its aesthetics.
Leaked an internal document on a Chinese website detailing a model number ‘Jungfrau,’ which is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. Lateest SoC, will use Qualcomm’s custom-designed Kryo cores, will be a 64-bit ARM chip, indicating that it will be compatible with the ARMv8 instruction set.
Additionally, the Snapdragon 820 chipset on Galaxy S7 debuts Qualcomm’s new Zeroth platform that was also unveiled at MWC this year. It promises to be a congective computing platform, which apparently means that it can anticipate users need and actions in advance. The leaked doc surfaced in China purporting to depict an internal Samsung communication. It shows support for “MSM8996” and being added to the company’s software development plan for Android M.
The so-called Jungfrau has so far been rumored to be the codename of the Galaxy S7. Samsung currently starting to test the Snapdragon 820 inside its next flagship. However, in 2015 the Korean company chose to go all-in with its Exynos silicon. But again, things may change next year and we’ll witness that.