Samsung Galaxy S7 release date, news and rumors
Samsung Galaxy S7 release date – I guess this is one of the most awaited information of this new year. We’ll cut to the chase and let you know that the most awaited smartphone of 2016 Samsung Galaxy S7 will be launched at the end of February, in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress.
Samsung Galaxy S7 design
The latest rumors suggest that new Samsung Galaxy S7 will look mostly like his old brother, the Galaxy S6, with minor changes on the design, but using a new technology for the display. A source stated for The Korea Times: “As the S6 and S6 Edge represented progress, the S7 will have improvements both in picture quality, performance and other some new features. The key point is can consumers enjoy content with enhanced viewing quality and boosted processing speed.”
Other rumors said that new Galaxy, will be IP67 certified, meaning it will be dust and water resistant, like the Galaxy S5. On top of that the Samsung Galaxy S7 might be built from a new alloy. Sources claim the company is experimenting with a magnesium alloy that’ll make the phone stronger, but will keep it light, allowing in the same time, the heat out when the processor is in charge. This rumor is quite recent, so it could be accurate.
Samsung Galaxy S7 screen
A benchmark , of which we believe is for the new Samsung Galaxy S7, suggests it has a 5.7-inch display. It lists a 1440 x 2560 QHD one though rather than 4K that some had predicted. We believe the above display will be used for the bigger version of the Samsung Galaxy S7.
Some other rumor suggests the Galaxy S7 will come with a 5.1-inch display and a pixel resolution of 1440 x 2560. Most probably this display will be used for the normal version of the Samsung Galaxy S7.
Samsung Galaxy S7 camera and battery
Samsung plans are to use a new BRITECELL camera, designed to work better in low light. A new feature of the camera is the size of it. The new model is rumored to be smaller in size than the Galaxy S6’s camera. A Samsung employee stated that the new camera will have around 12 MP, with f 1/7, to work better in low light. In the other hand, the previous benchmark stated the Galaxy S7 will have a 16 MP front camera, and 5 MP for the rear camera.
Regarding the battery, we believe, it won’t be removable.
Samsung’s unveiled a new BRITECELL camera, which is designed to be both better in low light and smaller in size than the snapper on the Galaxy S6. It’s not been confirmed whether it’s heading for the S7, but it seems pretty likely.