Samsung Galaxy S7 And Edge To Have 12MP Camera And Powerful Loudspeaker, Streamed In 360 Degrees

One day left for the Samsung’s offcial unveil of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge at their Unpacked 2016 media event on February 21st. On Sunday, Samsung also announced that the launch event of S7 and s7 edge will be live streamed in 360 degrees. Apart that we have today come in front of another rumor, detailing that the Galaxy S7 and Edge variant would have a powerful 12MP camera with a few tricks up its sleeve, it now looks like the specifications confirmed.

Reportedly the Zauba import database has revealed that rumors about the Samsung‘s 2016 flagship’s camera were absolutely true. The module is somewhat bigger than anyone anticipated. The sensor has a pixel size of around 1.4 microns, upgraded from the usual 1.12 micron pixel size. In fact, the sensor is a massive 1/2.5-inch component, meaning that the camera will be able to collect a lot more light which, if the software is solid  enough, will definitely correlate to higher-quality images.

Also detailed about the killer speakers, likely both the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge will be roking some powerful audio. The earpiece has a strength of 1.2W, which is very potent indeed, but the loudspeaker has a head-turning output of 1.5W. On top of that, it is said that software will allow the two Hi-Fi speakers to sync up, creating a richer, higher-volume sound quality.

Still got more S7 leaks. A Samsung Pay promo poster gone wild, leaked into the internet, which ansures that we can now formally confirm that the Galaxy S7 has a 5.1-inch QuadHD, pressuve sensitive, always-on display backed up by a 3000mAh battery. On the other hand the S7 Edge is notably larger with 5.5-inch QHD screen, also has Always-on and pressure sensitive display, but coming with a slightly stouter 3600mAh battery. Bot the S7 and Edge run a Snapdragon 820 SoC, housing a 4GB of RAM, and yes, of course, offer IP67 water protection as we expected.


Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2016 is just around the corner, and for the first time the event will be presented in 360 live streaming. Even if you cannot make it to Barcelona for the big event, you can still enjoy the excitement of being the first to see Samsung’s newest Galaxy devices—but this time with the added benefit of seeing them unveiled through this groundbreaking and immersive platform.

In addition, during Galaxy Unpacked you will get four options for where to watch—from the auditorium, stage left, stage right or from center stage. Pick whichever spot is right for you, then use the 360 live streaming to get a complete view of the event from every angle.

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