Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge to launch in India on 8 March

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Finally, Samsung’s new flagship devices Galaxy s7 and Galaxy s7 edge are arriving in India with a launch event in New Delhi tomorrow i.e. March 8 according to a report by Times of India. The media event expected to start at 12pm IST.

Samsung has already invited media with a Caption writing – “Witness The Next Galaxy Revolution as it unveils its new sensation! #Galaxy s7 #RethinkWhatAPhoneCanDo”.


Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Front

With the arrival of these devices Samsung plans to invest about Rs.100 crores on promoting and marketing to give a tough competition to arch rival Apple. India is one of most important market for the South Korean telecom giant – the company is also planning to cut prices of older models and are expected to be priced matching the iPhone 6S model.

Earlier last month we’ve reported Samsung’s plan to bring three color variants and detailed specifications. Though Samsung has not officially confirmed the price of the devices, report suggest that Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are said to be priced between Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 60,000 at the launching and will hit the stores from third week of march.

Samsung last month unveiled the devices at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona –  The Galaxy S7 edge features 5.5” QHD always ON display AMOLED technology whereas standard S7 is offering 5.1’’ panel.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 will be powered by non-removable 3000mAh battery and that to be 3600mAh for S7 Galaxy edge which is compatible with wireless charging. The devices come with Exynos 8890 Octa chipset and 32GB internal storage with expansion of microSD slots.

Source: Gadgets Now

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge to launch in India on 8 March