Samsung has released a teaser for the upcoming Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones by announcing a Samsung Unpacked event on 21 February, one day before Mobile World Congress gets underway in Barcelona.
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge were unveiled in an identical way last year, and VentureBeat has reported on leaked images and spec details, so the stage appears to be set for Samsung to detail the products it plans to pit against the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
Ahead of the official release, we've gathered the 10 best features we're likely to see in the new smartphones, from dead certainties to leaked specs and rumoured hardware upgrades.
Don't forget to check our Galaxy S7 roundup for updated details on prices, release dates and features.
10. 4GB of RAM
One of the new devices' more straightforward rumoured upgrades is 4GB of RAM, which would be a significant step up from the 3GB in the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. It would also put the handsets on par with Samsung's most opulent mobile device yet, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ phablet.
Of course, the extra gigabyte won't get you noticeably faster web browsing or superior gaming performance by itself, but it should improve multitasking by allowing you to run more apps and get more done at once without the hardware struggling to share memory around.
Plus, even if light users might not use the whole 4GB, it's far better future-proofed compared with more common 2GB and 3GB configurations. If and when mobile software becomes significantly more demanding, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will be ready.
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