The Samsung Galaxy S7 is one of the most anticipated devices of this season. As a consequence, and following the tradition of many of the company’s devices, there has been a plethora of rumors including those regarding the design of the phone, its specs, and even its launch date. We’re not even sure of how many devices will be included in the Galaxy S7 lineup, the first rumors mentioned that 4 devices could be launched, 2 differently sized phones with a flat screen and 2 with a curved screen on the edges, but recent rumors have narrowed that number to just two devices, the regular Galaxy S7 with a 5.1-inch display and a Galaxy S7 Edge.
Either way, the Galaxy S7 lineup is supposed to launch on February 20th during an Unpacked event, just a couple of days before the MWC 2016 starts. A recent rumor stated that the release date of the phone in the U.S. would be March 11. If it turns out to be true, the release date would be only a couple of weeks after the unveiling of the Galaxy S7. This could represent an advantage for the company, as the introduction of many other smartphones is expected during the aforementioned event. Now, new information suggests that the Galaxy S7 could be released on March 11 in Europe as well. This comes from Shai Mizrachi, who accurately published the dimensions of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ last year before the device was made official, he also provided some schematics for the Galaxy S7 lineup and more recently, he exposed some illustrations of the redesign of the LG G5. While the source has some credibility, we can’t call this information official.
Previous information stated that the Galaxy S7 could launch during the month of March in China, so apparently Samsung is planning to launch their flagship lineup in many regions around the world simultaneously, which would certainly benefit their marketing strategy. The rumored date for the official announcement of the Galaxy S7 lineup is getting closer, so we could see some official teasers hinting at some features of the upcoming devices. In the meantime, the wait goes on.