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Samsung Galaxy S7 - Rethink what a phone can do
Effortless beauty and features show it's not just a new Android phone. It brings a new way of thinking about what a smartphone can do.
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All these currently based on rumours.
Could there be even more models this year as the gossip of S7 and Edge having a plus model available too, with the iPhone 5se expected too, expect a mini version to compete in that niche with a 4 to 4.6 inches display.
Galaxy S7 Plus
Galaxy S7 Edge
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Galaxy S7 Mini
- Dimensions 143.4 x 70.8 x 6.9 mm
- Corning Gorilla Glass 5 back panel
- Main back camera - phase detection autofocus, OIS, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
- With a rear selfies camera too.
- Octa-core - ensuring speed from the processors
- 5.1 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 display
- 3D Touch or a Samsung version
- Battery uppgrade to 3000mah and 3600mah where the S6 was only 2550mah and the S6 edge was 2600mah.
- Wireless charging and update power capacity of the battery with quick recharge.
- Touchwiz and Android lower the power out put in turn with a new chipset, increasing battery length.
- Liquid cooling.
Even though it may get confusing for consumers, it may spell the end for the standard model as the edge screen could be the one that consumers pick meaning we may see the edge becoming the norm in later models like the Galaxy S8.
Design - possibly not much difference compared to the S6 and Edge
It looks like the S7 design is going to be in keeping with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and pretty much look exactly the same. If a new flagship phone is released looking the same as the old version it always feels a little disappointing, yet is there much more they can do to the current casing that will make it better?
This happened too when the iPhone 7s was released, it seems to have the same look and feel as the iPhone 7s Plus, yet quite a lot had changed, yet Apple even had the strap line "Not much has changed - but everything".
Glass back - Great for protection yet a bit slippy.
Many agree that the glass body outer not only makes the new Galaxy a lot more sturdy for everyday usage and knocks and bumps but also, makes it look elegant and top notch too.
Overall a great look and feel, but try putting on the armchair when you are sat watching TV, quite often with the smoothness of the glass, the phone just rolls off onto the floor, quite funny you may think, but it does get a little annoying, but that seems the only draw back, to this great innovation, or maybe we may see this enhanced with the Galaxy S8
Samsung has recently filed a trademark for something called turtle glass, may be they are looking to manufacturer the glass used from previously themselves, just in the way they have with the chipsets, which there was news on possibly suppling them to Apple for their iPhones.
Camera - update on quality and software
We may actually be looking at the same camera specs that the S6 had too, yet with the upgrade of Android, we will see some extra features.
Yet there is one interesting rumour that Samsung may have achieved something that maybe puts it above the iPhone 6s, is that the rear camera will not stick out from the back of the rear case as like the S6 now does.
This will make it not so worrying putting the S7 onto a hard side and thinking you may scratch or damage the camera lens.
S6 with stick out camera
Most smartphone manufacturers will eventually be looking to move to the Oca-Core processor layers which have of course twice as many layers as the quad-core, even though this sounds like it could be twice the speed, yet functionality probably doesn't hit that.
Samsung have their own processor chips manufacturing and even there are rumours of them supplying Apple with the processors to use them in their new iPhones, that shows and efficient they are.
Yet again it is expected we will see no difference in the screen sizes, yet the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge may see some more features added to what you can already do down the lines of its sexy curved screen.
Apple added the 3D Touch to their iPhone 6s masterpiece and it appears that Samsung maybe looking to add this features too. 3D Touch brings you more functionality through one press and hold on the screen, I suppose in the same way as the S-Pen does for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, don't forget that series too, as the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be expected to arrive later in the year.
Power - charge up fast and keep going on your phone
When we talk about wireless charging it is thought that it may take a while to get fully charged but no it maybe possible to fully charge the S7 from bottom to top in around 2 hours, considering in comparsion a wired form of charging like the main charger supplied may take around 1 hour.
Does your S6 get a little bit hot when charging, if so Samsung maybe looking to improve this with a new cooling method for them, using a thermal diffusion plate to defer the heat away from the processor, this sounds familiar and Microsoft has also used this on their Lumia 950 smartphone.
It maybe too early for a major jump in battery power jump and a more realistic handset for this enhancement would be the Galaxy S8 price that may have to pay is a thicker phone, yet we could see users welcoming this rather than making a slim smartphone the be all and end all.
MicroSD Slot Back?
It was there and available on the S5, so will be welcomed back, which will see the heavy media users of us a lot happier this time around. Samsung make their own memory cards too, so will one be thrown in or is that asking too much :)
New updates with a possible slimmer body and enhancements on the design - several models with S7 edge and Edge+ expected to launch together.
Launch of The New Galaxy Price and S7 release date in the UK
The release date is early April 2016 normally, with all UK networks connecting, yet their is again a rumour that an early the announcement straight after New Year 2016, and a recent update of announcement of February would see Samsung kick starting the year with a bang.
A contract cost of around £45 per month for a Free handset and around £555 for sim free, a flagship phone comes with top smartphone price.
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