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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 promises an increased battery life with a single charge. There is really no doubt that the speculations regarding the highly anticipated Galaxy S7 from Samsung have been rolling out at an incredible pace.
Just recently, yet another leaked rumor appeared indicating that the latest Galaxy phone will offer a fantastic time of 17 hours of continuous video playback at the highest possible brightness with only one charge.
This will make the upcoming flagship device a champion by far in this problematic area for many users. The latest speculations comes from a Twitter update made by a Russian blog writer, who has become famous as a reliable source for a series of notorious and accurate leaked news in the previous years, offering more weight to these new rumors.
For a better comparison, the South Korean company has given its Galaxy S6 device a 12-hour ranking while the Note 5 has 15-hour ranking. A ranking of more than 17 hours is not at all a false statement and can be quite believable if the battery power has been increased over the current limits, says a review.
There are other aspects that could have furthermore added to the gadget’s supposed 17 hours of nonstop video playback. These consist of its increased RAM capacity, enhanced TouchWiz, clearer AMOLED display, Exynos 8000 chipset and the Android Marshmallow 6.0.
Recently, a detailed specifications list of the rumored new Samsung Galaxy S7 appeared on the Internet and among the released details, there is the battery capacity of the upcoming models. The anonymous source said that the Galaxy S7 will arrive with a decent 3,000 mAh battery power, while the bigger S7 Edge may sport a larger 3,600 mAh capacity, which are welcome features among the many Samsung lovers.
If the speculations happen to be real, these will represent the biggest power features in the entire Galaxy series produced until now by Samsung. The gadgets are said to be released right before Madrid’s MWC 2016 tech event that will be held in February.
Since there have not been any formal declarations from the South Korean giant yet, what this means is that the new released details are still simple speculations aimed to build up the hype even more. Because of this uncertainty, it is better to be patient until Samsung will officially present its new flagship devices for a proper review.
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