Samsungs latest Galaxy smartphone, the S7, has just been announced.
The flagship phone was announced during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona on September 25.
In it, Samsung unveiled the new S7 model, which is essentially a new variant of the Galaxy S7 Plus.
The phone has been described as a new flagship phone, but the specifications are quite similar to those of the S6 model, according to Samsung.
The main difference is the inclusion of a 5.5-inch display, along with a new Exynos 7420 chipset.
This is the same chip found in the Galaxy Note 7, which Samsung says is responsible for its battery life improvement.
Other new features included in the new phone include a fingerprint sensor, a dual-camera setup, and a microSD slot.
A microSD card is also found in both the S5 and S6 models.
The S7 comes in two variants, the standard S7+ and S8, which are identical in design.
The S7+, which is available for preorder now, is available in a 16GB and 64GB configuration.
There is also a 64GB variant for $399.
In addition, there is also an S8 with a 16 GB RAM upgrade available.
Both variants are expected to launch in November.
We don’t know the pricing of the new phones yet, but we expect them to be more expensive than the S9.
The phones will be available at retailers in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Korea.
The Samsung S9 is expected to be released in December.
The Galaxy S6 is expected for release in November of next year, and the Galaxy X+ is expected sometime in 2018.