The Samsung Galaxy S7 will have a 3D Touch Display: WSJ

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[/blockquote]Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is coming in March next year and the rumors as starting to boil up, according to the Wall Street Journal will feature a pressure-sensitive screen similar to the 3D Touch display Apple introduced with the iPhone 6S. Just like Samsung’s current flagship, the Galaxy S6, the S7 will also reportedly have an “Edge” variant with a curved screen; one source says the regular, non-Edge version is likely to have expandable storage, unlike both S6 models.

The WSJ further reports that the S7 will look “largely similar” to the S6, but while the camera is said to have been improved to more that 16 Megapixels, and there will reportedly be no “bump” on the back of the phone to accommodate the optics. Other mooted features include a USB Type-C port with fast-charging capability, and the possible inclusion of a retina scanner to “some versions” of the Galaxy S7.

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are said to be planned for a mid-March release after an announcement timed for Mobile World Congress in late February. Samsung mobile divison recently installed Dongjin Koh , with longtime chief JK Shin stepping down to focus on future strategy and new businesses.