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Renewed Samsung Galaxy S7 Will Get 3 Various CPUs


The new version of the best-selling series by Samsung named Samsung Galaxy S7 is probably going to be redesigned and look completely different from the rest of he family in general and the Galaxy S6 series in particular. Some insider report that design is not the only new thing Samsung is going to apply to the new device. They say that manufacturer is going to make changes to the technical specifications as well.

 

 

 

 
In particular, the Hi-Tech Department of Masterforex-V Academy reports that the Home button of Samsung Galaxy S7 is going to be of rectangular with sharp corners. The dimensions of the new device are close to those of the previous version.  If to consider the slight difference, we can assume that Samsung Galaxy S7 is probably going to have a 5.1-inch display. As far as Galaxy S7 Plus is concerned, it is likely to get a 6-inch display.
 
On top of that, Samsung Galaxy S7 is rumored to come into market in 3 versions, 2 of which are expected to be powered by Samsung Exynos (the all-new CPU) while the 3rd one us likely to get a modified version of Snapdragon 820. The Snapdragon 820-based version of Samsung Galaxy S7 is expect to enter the Chinese and American markets first while the Exynos 8890-based one is expected to be targeted at the markets of South Korea, Europe, Japan. The Exynos 7422-based device is said to be aimed at India.
 

 

When it comes to Samsung’s stock, the price entered the red zone by losing 1.39%. This is confirmed by the chart below, courtesy of Masterforex-V Academy.

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Publication date: 05 July 11:47 AM

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According to Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak, the leaders of Russia and Saudi Arabia decided to extend the OPEC+ deal. The minister said that this decision to make the deal indefinite in time took place not so long ago in Moscow. 

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Saudi Arabia Raises Oil Prices for Asian and European Buyers

Saudi Arabia is reported to have raised oil prices for Asian and European importers. This is confirmed by Bloomberg.

Publication date: 09 June 10:26 PM

Market Players Play Oil Price Guessing Games

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