We have been hearing a lot about how the Galaxy S7 will be offered in varying screen sizes, and one of the many rumors had said that the Galaxy S7 edge+ could launch at the same time as the Galaxy S7 edge. Recent leaks have suggested the Edge variant would be larger than the regular S7, but popular leakster Evleaks is offering evidence today that Samsung will launch all three models together.
Evleaks has published an image that shows what could be the official logos for the three devices (and maybe the full image has the phones above the names as well?). Given his track record, this can be taken as a huge indication of the fact that Samsung will go from launching two flagships at the same time to three, and it also supports the recent appearance of the Galaxy S7 edge on a benchmark with a 5.1-inch display. Launching a Galaxy S7 edge+ along with the smaller S7 edge could mean Samsung wants to focus all efforts on the Galaxy Note in the second half of the year, unless the company intends to make a few variants of the Note 6 as well.
We have continually been pointing out that all of these leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt, especially since they could be based on prototypes that won’t get the green light for release, but it would certainly be interesting to see Samsung coming out with three flagships at the same time. It’s great for those who like numerous screen size options, but the Korean giant might find itself sitting on unsold inventory if there isn’t enough consumer demand for all three S7 flagships.
What do you think? Is it a good idea for Samsung to be launching a trio of flagships at the same time, or do you think it’s something that will backfire? Let us