Most Anticipated Features Of Samsung Galaxy S7

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Samsung is one of the most trusted brands in mobile market all over the world. The tech giant is all set to launch its upcoming flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone at their annual ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event in Barcelona on Feb 21. There are lots of rumors and leaks by various sources on this specific phone and out of these we are going to present the list of most expected features of Samsung Galaxy S7.

Processor and RAM

Just like the previous phones launched in the year 2015 the company might launch the upcoming phone with better processor and RAM. There is no doubt that Samsung would be launching its new phone with the fastest and latest processor Snapdragon 820. It also comes with the 4GB RAM space for all its app processing.

Touch Display

Apple has set a trend by launching its latest iPhone 6s with 3D touch technology that is being appreciated across nations. Samsung also might follow suit and release its upcoming flagship smartphone with either force or 3D touch technology.

Secured Lock

Unlike many handsets coming with fingerprint scanner, Samsung might come up with the Iris scanner that identifies the unique movements in your retina blood vessels for the purpose of unlocking your phone.

Various Models

The leaks suggest that the new phone would be sporting Magnesium alloy chassis similar to its previous phone Galaxy S6. It is also expected to come in different models namely S7, S7 Plus, S7 Edge and S7 Edge Plus.

Camera

Samsung is planning to bring new and updated camera in its upcoming smartphone. The Galaxy S7 is expected to sport a 12MP camera sensor and improved camera quality, the company is ready to face all its competitors with a unique camera.

Better Touch User Interface

Samsung has reportedly hired Google engineers to optimize their user interface. The company is also working with Google to provide better and faster software updates to their upcoming smartphones starting from this year.

Picture courtesy – cnbc.com


by techtalks @TechTalks May 25, 2016 6:40 AM UTC

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