Samsung has revealed the Next Galaxy and it’s what we expected, the new Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone from the South Korean giant sports the design language similar to the predecessor, the Galaxy S6, i.e. metal glass unibody design. But of course, there are a lot of little changes done to make it a better Galaxy smartphone. The company has brought back the waterproof feature and this time its IP68 rated, meaning its waterproof beyond 1m immersion and offers complete protection against dust contact.
The Galaxy S7 sports a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, it’s not pressure sensitive as speculated by some earlier reports, but Always-on functionality has been added. There would be two variants regarding the processor, one would be Exynos 8890 and second would be Snapdragon 820. The brand has also improved upon the glass body, as they come with curved back for good grip.
The camera department is changed quite a lot for the first time; the company has been using the 16-megapixel modules for as long as we can remember a flagship module from them. But this time they have used Dual Pixel 12MP image sensors on the rear, which is assisted by the LED Flash and Laser autofocus. The sensor has an aperture of f/1.7, which could only means that it will excel at snapping pictures in low light. Further, it uses a larger 1.4 micron lens this time. The front camera has 5-megapixel sensor, the resolution is same, but aperture is changed to f/1.7, means you can take selfies in low light now.… Read the rest
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