Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is without question the company’s most impressive flagship smartphone ever with a sub-phablet sized screen. The phone is the first Samsung handset to feature all glass and metal construction, and its design is a huge step above anything Samsung had released prior to 2015. Of course, nothing is perfect and Android fans had two main complaints with the Galaxy S6. First, they were upset that the phone has a battery that cannot easily be swapped out by the user. Second, and even more upsetting to many fans, is the fact that Samsung ditched microSD support on the Galaxy S6.
Well according to a new report on Monday, Samsung will fix the bigger of those two problems with its next-generation flagship phone, the Galaxy S7. More →