Samsung for a while now, have often neglected the use of MicroSD cards on it’s latest Galaxy S flagship smartphones.
When Samsung launched the Galaxy S6, the smartphone didn’t come with the MicroSD card slot to facilitate expandable storage capacity and that was same for the S6 edge. Apparently, that didn’t go down well with most customers even though the smartphones were available in different storage capacities ranging from 32GB to 64GB and 128GB.
Samsung, according to a new rumor, will likely bring back the MicroSD card slot on it’s upcoming flagship smartphone which will likely be unveiled within the early months of next year.
According to a reports from HDblog.it, Samsung will as usual, release two devices at the Mobile World Congress 2016; the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge. The S7 edge will sport a 5.2-inch flat display while the Galaxy S7 edge will sport a 5.7-inch just as we have seen on the S6 edge.
Based on earlier leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S7, the device will be powered by Exynos 8 Octa core or snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM and perhaps, a 20 megapixels Britecell back camera.