Samsung Plans Galaxy S7 as Their New Year Gift for UK Buyers

by | Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus | October 31st, 2015

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Unlike bygone years, Samsung is planning a New Year gift for its buyers in UK in form of their new flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S7.

The trio of Samsung Galaxy S6, Best Buy Galaxy S6 Edge, and Best Buy Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are currently dominating the high end smart phone market in UK. They are extremely popular and are worth the money invested on them according to both users and the experts. Many of the older versions like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and also the Samsung Galaxy A3 are also very popular in the market.

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But Samsung knows well that in a competitive market, they cannot sit tight on their past laurels. Tastes and preferences of mobile users change consistently just as it has taken a U-turn from the small screen handy phones to the bigger and tablet type smart phones in recent times. Thus they are consistently on their toes bringing up newer and better phones every time and if insider’s stories are to be relied upon then the new Samsung Galaxy S7 may complement the prospects nicely.

Samsung plans to launch the new flagship phone in January. The 4G Edge display phone is likely to come in a duo just as the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge arrived this year in April. Most probably the upcoming phones would be Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge pair.

Traditional timing for new launches for Samsung so far has been September every year but this launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is likely to be different from the past and it might be the New Year gift for the mobile users in UK looking forward to buying high end phones from their favourite provider.

Also according to some sources, the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge duo are going to be the next generation phones which may raise interest among potential buyers in UK.

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