While there could still be anywhere between two and four different Galaxy S7 variants in the pipeline, the uncertainty hovering over the footprint of the standard flat model and its edgy sibling seems to be just about wrapped up.
Multiple credible sources have hinted at a 5.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S7 and 5.5-inch GS7 Edge of late, and the same exact sizes are mentioned in Zauba’s import documents in connection to SM-G930 and SM-G935 prototypes.
These very recently made their way from South Korea to Delhi for testing purposes, which may suggest the “next big thing(s)” won’t be ready for primetime by the start of next month’s Mobile World Congress.
Meanwhile, you don’t want to rule out the existence of a 5.7-inch S7 Plus and S7 Edge+ just yet, although speculation has definitely cooled off in that department. Brand dilution is likely the main reason the two were canceled, but it’s also possible Sammy merely shelved them ahead of a release down the line.
Back to the “confirmed” Galaxy S7 duo, we should remind you both models are expected to sport Quad HD screen resolution, Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890 processing power (depending on region), 4GB RAM, 3D Touch-equivalent technology, microSD support, water protection, 12 and 5MP cameras, as well as a full range of 32 to 128GB internal storage options.