Samsung's Galaxy S7 smartphone will be released with two different screen sizes, according to a report from South Korea's ET News. One version will reportedly have a flat, 5.2-inch display, while the second — the "Edge" variant — will incorporate a curved, 5.5-inch screen. It's previously been rumored that the Galaxy S7 will include a 5.7-inch display, the same size as the screen on the S6 Edge+.
Launching the S7 with two different screen sizes would be a change in strategy for Samsung, which released this year's S6 in flat- and curved-screen variants, but with the same size 5.1-inch screen. The rumored approach would be more comparable with Apple's tactics with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, released with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens respectively. (The S6 Edge+ has a larger screen too, but was released months after the original S6 and S6 Edge.)
Citing unnamed sources, ET News also reports that Samsung is planning an initial production run of approximately 5 million units for the new Galaxy (split between 3.3 million for the S7 and 1.6 million for the S7 Edge) with mass-production rumored to start in February. A previous report from The Wall Street Journal suggested a March release date for the S7, as well as claiming that the phone will look "largely similar" to the S6 and will feature a pressure-sensitive screen like Apple's 3D Touch feature.
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