Last year, the news from the Far East claimed that Samsung sells its smartphones Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in Japan without the company logo. Though there was no official clarification on this issue, rumors suggested that Samsung had feared that the recent spat between Japan and South Korea may affect the sale.
This year, however, it is reported that the company will derive its name from the smartphones sold in China and South Korea. Recent photos of the Chinese certification body TENAA confirmed this, and we can clearly see, the S7 Galaxy and Galaxy S7 Edge, which have been certified, did not get the logo.
Promotional posters for the South Korean market is also depicted without smartphones Samsung logo on their front. While we can only guess at the reason for such action. Unlike the case with the Galaxy S6 in Japan, smartphones S7 still have the logo on the back.
Well, we only need to wait the official statements of the company and hoped to information from insiders.