Samsung has been a name which has been coming out with some of the most unusual and innovative changes to their products over the recent times.
With the company gearing up to release the gen-next flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S7 now, expectations are high from Samsung.
The company has been teasing nothing as of now, but there have been various speculations in the markets which have raised the bar of expectations! Samsung is all set to introduce a beast of a device into the markets on the 21st of February.
The release date of the Samsung Galaxy S7 was announced via teasers of the Galaxy Unpacked event, which show a box opening with the corners lighting up to mark a ‘7’, indicating that this is indeed the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 device.
The event will be held on February 21 in Barcelona.
Following are the expected features of the device:
The phone is expected to come out in one basic variant featuring 5.1 inches of screen, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Then there is a larger variant with an edged display, which is expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, and another variant which would be even larger and is likely to feature two edges, which would be the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge+.
Talking about the variants, each of the above three variants will have two variants each, as the phone is expected to release in some regions with the Snapdragon 820 while in the other regions it will release with the Exynos 8890 processor.
- iPhone-like features
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is expected to come out with features which will combat the iPhone devices quite well. The iPhone 6s and 6s plus like features are
- Vivid Images
Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to come out with a feature quite similar to the Live photos introduced by Apple with the 6s and 6s plus devices, as the phones will be able to capture moving images, but according to sources it will not be able to capture audio.
- Pressure Sensitive Screen
This report has been cited by the Wall Street Journal, stating that Samsung is working on a ‘pressure sensitive’ screen, as a response to the iPhone’s 3D Touch display. More about the screen will be known during the official launch, but it is expected to bring a major change to the way we use the Samsung devices.