Samsung Galaxy S7 Would Offer 17 Hours Of Full Brightness Video Playback [Reports]

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge 2016 flagship smartphones shown its faces just yesterday ahead of its February 21st MWC media event, and today followed by yet another report claiming that the upcoming Galaxy S7 is capable of giving user a 17 hours of video playback that too at a full 100% brightness.

According to this notorious leakster is a blogger Elder Murtazin, who has a good track record used to be ranked with high credibility. Has today speaks about the new Galaxy S7, suggesting that the Samsung‘s flagship is capable of playing full brighter videos at its maxumum for more than seventeen hours. If it’s true, then this report will surely rank the upcoming Galaxy S among the best in its class.

The South Korea vendor is also said to be working hard in bringing a larger cell to improve the battery life on the Galaxy S7. Could be thicker in size because of the integrated larger battery package. For Fast charging and that too removeable one would be a better piece. The concept of the massive mAh battery has been followed by many other manufacturers in 2015 and it seems Samsung may continue the similar aspect for its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge 2016 smartphones.

The Galaxy S7 is rumored to run on Samsung’s own chipset – the Exynos 8890 with 4GB of RAM, which is a new SoC to become first to use custom CPU cores instead of recular Cortexes. The new processor by Samsung will provide 30% faster performance and 19% bettery energy saving compared to the one already used within the Exynos 7420 on Galaxy S6.

Now that Samsung is expected to be made available Galaxy S7 in two different variants, one comes with the power of Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and the second to have its own Exynos 8890 chipset on-board. But nothing is true as the company has not yet given any confirmation on which processing they prefer more in 2016 smartphones.

For the unveil of Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung is already holding a premiere date of February 21st at Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona. From there we will get more and more details regarding its specifications, pricing, durability and availability information. Stay tuned!

(Reports via Twitter)

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