to the usually reliable leakster @evleaks, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is already
being tested in the US. Specifically, he said that two variants of the handset
(SM-G930A and SM-G935A) - which should be the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge -
are under testing at AT&T.
The revelation adds weight to a recent rumor
suggesting the flagship device(s) would be announced on February 21 2016 - just
a day before next year's Mobile World Congress.
As for the specs, there's not much known at the
moment, although there have been rumors that the device would sport a magnesium
build, feature a USB Type-C port, and will come with 3D Touch-like features. A
recent report also suggested that half of the Galaxy S7 units would be powered
by the South Korean company's next generation Exynos 8890 chipset, while the
other half would feature Snapdragon 820.