Samsung is expected reveal its latest Galaxy smartphones on stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year, and for a good reason. The galaxy S series is considered by many to be one of the best Android-powered phones available in the market today. Here’s what you can expect in the Samsung Galaxy S7.
Samsung is expected to launch two versions of the Galaxy S7 smartphones, One may be powered by Qualcomm’s new flagship processor, the Snapdragon 820, while the other may be powered by the company’s own Exynos 8890SoC.
S7 Edge display will be 5.5 inches, up from 5.1 inches. That makes the curved edge phone as big as the iPhone 6 Plus, and 6S Plus. The new S7 Edge will also be comparable to the Galaxy S6 Edge+, which has 5.7-inch screen. The S7 will still have a 5.1-inch display.
Screens will also be pressure sensitive. This feature will work similarly to the 3D touch display on the iPhone 6S, where the device responds to how hard someone is pressing down on a screen.
Lens of main camera will no longer stick out from the back of the phone. The camera will also deal better with low light, but will have a 12 MP sensor, compared to a 16 MP sensor in the S6. Rumours are that the company may use its new BRITECELL Sensor for the Galaxy S7 and might come with an aperture of f/1.7, which would aid in low light photography.
- A USB Type-C slot
- Dust and Waterproof
- Dual-SIM slots
- and may include a microSD card slot too (Some S-fans will be dancing Sekem to this)
Now we wait for the 21st.
Price Estimate… 2 plots of Land… lol
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