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Samsung has been forced to accelerate the development of its next high-end smartphone to respond appropriately to the increasingly tough competition in the industry and in particular the premiere of the new iPhone models. According to the latest data in the Internet company has started to use a new methodology in its creation, which reduces design time and manufacturing at least two months. Galaxy S7 is looked forward to by all fans of Samsung and it appears that it will be officially presented in January.

Korean manufacturer also plans the device to can be bought on the local market in the same month, while its premiere in other countries. The information was published by analyst at SK Securities part of SK Group, which is one of the largest mobile operators in South Korea, as now revealed that the development of the new smartphone will be completed in December. We remind you that so far the company has traditionally presented its next flagship in the period between the end of February and beginning of May, but now that situation will soon change.

The fact that Samsung Galaxy Note 5 also appeared earlier than expected is also an indication of change in the strategy of the largest manufacturer of smartphones with Android. Samsung expects to present two different versions of the Galaxy S7, which will use Snapdragon 820 and Exynos 8890 processor, they will have 5.2 and 5.7-inch display with QHD resolution, as well as new 20-megapixel rear cameras ISOCELL.

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