Samsung Galaxy S7 Tips and Tricks #1

Samsung has revealed its new flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S7, at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The Galaxy S7 is packed full of cool new features – making this a very exciting new smartphone.

Lets see some Tips & Tricks:

1.Gaming

The Samsung Galaxy S7 supports Vulkan API, a graphics technology that enables a range of devices to run impressive 3D graphics. Because it’s a low-overhead API, this means that comparatively ‘weak’ hardware, such as smartphones, can produce amazing visuals that rival home consoles.

2.Always On

This lets you take a quick look at the time without having to fiddle about with your phone, and you can see any messages you get even when the Galaxy S7 is lying on your desk.

3.Waterproof

The Samsung Galaxy S7 has a waterproof design.

It’s got an IP68 rating, which means it can be dunked in 1.5 meters of water for up to 30 minutes, so you shouldn’t have to worry if you accidentally drop it in a puddle.

4.Camera

The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S7 has been given an overhaul, with the 12MP rear camera letting in 25% more light than the camera on the Galaxy S6.

This means photos you take in low light conditions will look better than ever. The camera app also comes with a new Motion Panorama mode.

5.Pay on Samsung Galaxy S7

The Samsung Galaxy S7 comes with support for Samsung Pay, which enables you to pay for goods in stores by just using your handset with contactless payment systems.

With the Galaxy S7 featuring a fingerprint scanner it’s also a very secure way of paying for things, and with support for NFC, MST and Barcode technology you’ll soon be able pay with the Samsung Galaxy S7 at lots of places.

 

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