Samsung Galaxy S7 Review

Samsung Galaxy S7 Review
At the first glance, it is almost impossible to differ the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S6 apart. The key features of Samsung Galaxy S7 are distinctive in a way that may be as exciting as its predecessor or better. For instance, a new 12 MP camera, 3000mAh battery, fast and wireless charging, android 6.0 Marshmallow and 4 Gb RAM with 5.1 inch quad – HD Display.

The most notable feature is the microSD slot that had previously been omitted from S6 and had caused an uproar. The waterproofing of  the Samsung Galaxy S7 is also a feature of old making its return and you could immerse it into water 1m deep and for 30 minutes or get wet in the rain with it or the accidental drop in a cup of tea and not worry about it getting soaked.

The reduction of the camera sensor from 16MP to Samsung Galaxy S7’s 12 MP may seem a point of concern because 16 MP is the best camera you can get on an Android platform but it is a reasonable move because the aperture has been improved to f/1.7 and now the photos will be brighter. The reduction was informed by Samsung’s use of Britecell technology that reduces sensor’s size and improves low light performance because there is a lack of bump. Auto focus has been improved incredibly. It is so fast. Actually it is a better sensor just crammed into a smaller shell. The front camera sensor is still 5 MP.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 battery which is now 3,000 mAh is obviously an upgrade which should last through the day without much issues as has previously been with the Galaxy S6’s 2,550 mAh. It charges fast and wireless and remains non-removable.

The 5.1 inch quad HD and super AMOLED display is more vibrant now. The colors are represented beautifully with fantastic viewing angles, probably the best smartphone screen. There is a new feature known as the Always On feature that constantly allows you to see the time or calendar or any notifications without flicking on the device. But this only consumes 1% of your battery which is very acceptable.

The performance has been boosted with the additional 1GB of RAM to 4GB and get a new processor depending on your region. For instance, the Snapdragon 820 or the company’s Exynos chips. The difference between the two is very minimal because they both provide 64% more GPU and 30% more CPU performance. The UI is still Touchwiz but much lighter and is built on Android Marshmallow and has a Game Launcher feature which allows you to halt the notifications and record your game play wherever you are. Everybody love it, simply sensational.

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