Moreover, we've already heard that the Galaxy S7 might employ two chipsets - Snapdragon 820, and Samsung's upcoming Exynos M1 project - but today's report claims that the share of Exynos-powered S7 handsets will be much higher than that of the 820-laden units, The source also reiterates that Galaxy S7 may come with a significantly larger display than what we have now - a 5.7" panel - and that seems to be a derivative of the rumor that it might have two versions - one with 5.2" and another with a 5.8" screen. These sound like totally different phones, however, so we'd take the larger screen with a grain of salt.
HTC One M8, or the Huawei Honor 6 Plus. We'd have to see that to believe it, but this speculation has been bandied about before. Reportedly, both Apple and Samsung are looking into the advantages of a dual camera tech, and Samsung may have even started testing prototypes to go into devices next year, so who knows what the S7 will bring.