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Samsung Galaxy S7 under way

Samsung Galaxy S7 could have a holographic screen
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Note5 and S6 Edge Plus, but it has other goodies up its sleeve, the Galaxy S7 and Gear S2 Smartwatch. It's still months away, but we've already heard word on what could be in store.
Samsung Galaxy S7
That's because Samsung has patented a holographic display that would be capable of beaming 3D images into the air right in front of your face. It uses a case with a translucent panel to create the images.

Whether we'll be able to swipe and drag said images around and interact with it like with a normal touchscreen is something we're itching to find out.

Virtual reality is set to become a big thing next year, with the Oculus Rift and Microsoft's HoloLens in the works. Now Samsung might be the one to bring it to phones.

The Galaxy S7 could even touch down as early as December, thanks to a new production method Samsung is using. So who knows, the iPhone 6S could be blown out of the water mere weeks after arriving.

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