Samsung S7 and S7 edge

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is due to be released on Friday the 11th of March. This phone has had a long amount of development time to perfect every one of its features.

All information is gathered from Samsung.com

The new Samsung S7 has a perfect design to allow maximum comfort while not compromising its size. The two makes have quad HD and the S7 has 577 pixels per inch whereas the S7 edge only has 534. The S7 is an amazing 5.1 inches in size but the S7 edge has a whopping 5.5 inches in size!

With the S7, a new camera has been developed to have a clear-perfect image in a dark environment instead of a blurry mess. With the S7, mobile gaming just got a whole lot better with a dedicated game control centre and gameplay recording. And with the Galaxy S7 Edge and S7’s powerful processor, it just got highly realistic. The new S7 has a faster charging time and manages every bit of data used.

The water resistance has now been majorly upgraded to 30 minute underwater time or 1.5m deep. Samsung have developed a way to seal off the inner components of the phone whilst the audio jack and USB ports still being active and open so fiddling with flaps will not be necessary.

Samsung’s quote of main priority is its shortcut operating time to allow a quicker usage and in the brand new S7 that’s what you get maximum operating shortcut systems for easy use.

Samsung built a fine line of accessories especially for your Galaxy S7 edge and S7. They range from cases that do more than just protect, to chargers that give you power fast wherever you are.

Samsung KNOX is a new security app designed by Samsung dedicated to the new phone to maximise security from theft and hacking to secure all apps and details.

Samsung has an easy transfer system so if you are worried about losing apps; data etc., Samsung have sorted it out.

Finally the Samsung S7s have 32g storage and come in Black or Gold, topping off this one amazing device with all of these incredible improvements and features.

 

Written by Harry, co-ordinator of St Ambrose Barlow School Report.

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