If the news is to be believed then we are near February 21 unveiling, and closer to get more details about upcoming Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, which are actually begenning to leak from the Samsung side.
New report supposedly comes courtesy of Evan Bass (@evleaks), says the Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be waterproof, further speaking about the highly-anticipated feature which adhere to the IP67 standard, which do mean they both will also be dustproof.
Next to discuss about the larger batteries which are ready to fit inside the two new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and are bigger than its predecessors that can furthermore improve their running time on one single charge. Said that the S7 to carry a 3000mAh cell whereas the S7 Edge will likely hold a grip on 3,600 mAh battery unit. What’s unfortunate is that the batteries can’t be replaced, because they’re not user-repleacable ones. But nevertheless has Fast Charging capabilities and the S7 can fully recharged wireless in just 2 hours, and the Galaxy S7 Edge in 2.2 hrs.
Unconfirmed specifications of S7 to have a 5.1-inch QHD touchscreen, while the Edge variant to keep the resolution of 5.5-inch display. Models will definitely get something called “Always On Display” functionality, with glanceable information on the screen at all times. With the fact that are integrated with AMOLED display, do not consume any energy for showing black pixels, if it did, then the power impact of such a feature is imperceptible.
Now that the S7 and S7 Edge will have microSD card slots, and not the first time getting it back, which otherwise disappeared in the S6 and was present in the S5.
Add some salt to this prank, as rumored earlier that at least one version of each S7 device will employ Samsung’s own Exynos 8890 SoC, which is also said to be coming with the support of LTE Cat.9 built-in modem, 4GB of RAM will be seen on both phones, along with 32 or 64GB of internal storage.
Photography department has also been speculated with a 12MP resolution on the Galaxy S7 duo, which is down from 16MP in previous versions. Supposedly, this will be filled with an all-new Samsung Britecell Sensor, which will be 1/2″ in size and pairing that with the purported F/1.7 aperture, should result to gain and capture low-light shots, bright.
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