Samsung Galaxy S7: Officially a screen 5.1 “FHD, microSD and waterproof [MWC 2016]

After months of leaks and officially announced at the MWC 2016 Samsung Galaxy S7. This year’s flagship from Samsung may not change much on the outside, it promises better performance and more.

Many of the rumors we heard long ago finally confirmed the Samsung Galaxy S7 actually comes with 5.1-inch QHD display, 577 ppi, the strong quad-core Snapdragon processor 820 or Exynos 8890, 12 Megapixel camera and 4GB RAM memory.

One of the most interesting features is the return of a microSD card for memory expansion, news will please many fans of Samsung. Has 32GB of onboard memory, front camera 5 Megapixel, 3000mAh battery, dimensions of 142.4 × 69.6 × 7.9 mm., Weight 152 g. and runs Android Marshmallow.

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In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has IP68 certification for water resistance and dust while supporting wireless charging technology. In short, he takes two features of the Samsung Galaxy S5 (microSD and water resistance), which were missing from the S6.

The camera has shutter Dual Pixel f / 1.7 lens, new technology for better image quality in low light conditions, fast autofocus, optical image stabilization and Motion Panorama feature for wide-angle shots.

Samsung has brought the Always-on Display, what it does is to show the basic information such as time, date, notifications, without having to wake up the entire screen. Since the Samsung Galaxy S7 has AMOLED screen, it will take few pixels to display this information. Therefore, it consumes a lot of battery. Moreover, this feature is deactivated when the mobile enters the pocket.





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