22 Feb 2016

5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge


Samsung's new smartphone Galaxy S and Galaxy S 7 7 Edge five popular features. These features were not in the previous smartphone.

5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge
5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge

Here are 5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge

  • Galaxy S and Galaxy S 7 7 edge in both MicroSD card appears. This 200 gigabytes (GB) of storage capacity can be increased.
  • These batteries have greater capacity than before. On a full charge up to 15 hours of High Definition video on S7 edge can be seen.
  • It has been rated IP-68 water resistance. This means that the phone can stay safe in the water for half an hour.
  • An 'Always On Display "function, which displays the screen and remains open without any notification.
  • The new gaming technology and a rear camera, which works well in low light. Wireless charging is the ability of the S-6 model.
5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge
5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge

The phones are not much of a departure from Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in design, besides the metal (on S7 series) instead of a glass (on the S6 series).

Borrowing the principles of design Jony Ive of Apple, Samsung said that the phones do not just look, but feel good too.

The S7 has a super AMOLED 5.1 inch screen while the S7 board will sport a 5.5-incher. Something we heard earlier at the launch of G5 LG, Samsung reminded us that on average we check our phones up to 150 times a day. And so, S7 and S7 Edge has a display of "always on". But unlike the LG IPS screen G5, the Galaxy S7 series sports a Super AMOLED screen to save power. You can themes "always on" custom third even get to customize the display and the information shown when locked.

Camera

5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge
5 Features of the Samsung S-7 and S-7 Edge

Stating that "most cameras are optimized for dayight," Samsung has shown sample images from an S7 board and an iPhone 6 s more to highlight how their cameras were better equipped in low light conditions.

Claiming to be the first to put a camera on a phone, Samsung mentioned that they have a wide F1.7 aperture lens on and bigger pixels (30% larger than the iPhone) to take over light for better low-light photography. For quick focus in low light conditions, Samsung uses dual-pixel technology on smartphones S7. The technology "works like the human eye. "

Samsung will also sell optional lids with an eye lens effect wide angle and fish.