Samsung Galaxy S7 looks very similar to the S6 model, so it is understandable that some people do not think it is not an important update. Rather than transforming the style as it did in 2015, Samsung has targeted the efficiency developments in S7, reiterating crowd-pleasing options that were lacking in the S6, such as the microSD slot or enhancing battery power.
It is the best Android smart phone available with a real one-handed user experience. There have been many discussions during last months about how mobile phones are do not bring major improvements and how they have plateaued when it comes to modifying our way of life.
However, the companies are only taking some time before they come with incredible ideas for augmented and virtual reality, which people have began to see in the Samsung Gear VR. Mobile phones are still the closest computers that we have with always-ready digicams that can record every move we make.
The 2.75” S7 is in reality smaller than the previous S6 model, having the same dimensions as HTC’s One M9 and more compact than the rest of premium Android smart phones in the market. This will make S7 the best gadget for any person who believes that top phones are becoming too large.
The S7’s AMOLED display has a similar size, at 5.1”, and resolution of 2,560×1440 as its predecessor, but as some experts highlighted in an in depth review, Samsung increased the phone’s brightness a lot. Galaxy S6 already presented an outstanding and extremely visible display, but the S7 model is even righter.
Samsung has brought back the water-resistance feature to the current generation, without the necessity to have the annoying slot cover seen in Galaxy S5. Now, it is using the water-repellent covering within the gadget.
The cell phone is ranked IP68, which indicates that it is completely water resistant and dust proof. Otherwise, the current model almost identical to the S6, even if it is a bit more curved and just a tad wider, allow a larger battery pack.
This feature, consequently, gives the device a camera that is less protruding on the back. At 5.3 oz, it is bulkier, but it still has a premium uni-body style, arriving in gold or black variants, with the physical Home key that works as fingerprint scanner below the screen.
The scanner is identical to the one in Galaxy S6 and the device also still utilizes conventional micro USB connection, and not Type C, for data transferring and charging.
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