Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy smartphone, the S7, is expected to be announced next year amid predictions that it will have the faster Snapdragon 820 processor and will restore the storage expansion slot.

What’s more, the Galaxy S7 may be priced as much as 10% less than the Galaxy S6 when it was introduced in March. A lower price, alongside a dramatic improvement in performance, could help Samsung’s sagging global market share, now at about 21%, down from 32% two years ago, according to IDC. The Galaxy S6 started at $600 to $685 off-contract, depending on the U.S. carrier.

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