Samsung’s latest flagship Smartphone is a great hypothesis for mobile photography lovers. Its also offers notable improvements to its video performance.
Samsung has put a lot of effort into making the secondary menu bar more useful: icons get bigger and there are more types of information you can show there, like a shortcut to your favorite apps and tasks. There’s a speed dial to your favorite contacts, an optional layer for sports scores and news headlines, even a tool to pull up the flashlight and ruler. These are handy, just use them sparingly.
Here are some major features that you will find in these two smartphones.
You can’t live without water or your smartphone, which is why the Galaxy S7 has a certified water-resistant rating. It resist spill over, sensation and even dunks1 without a heavy defensive case.
Running out of memory shouldn’t be a thing. So if 32GB2 isn’t already enough, you can add an additional 200GB with a microSD card.3 No clouds, no hard drives.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge feature big screens in fabulously slim designs that fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. We’ve perfected the S7 edge’s curvaceous screen, so all you need to do is swipe for prompt updates. Easy.
Capture moments as you see them. The first smartphone with dual-pixel technology has a fast autofocus so you can say goodbye to fuzzy photos and a new advanced sensor for catching details in low light.
Fast wireless charging
Stop waiting for your phone to charge. With fast wireless charging4, the Galaxy S7 powers up from 0 to 100% in no time at all. And with our biggest battery5, it gives you the power to keep going.
The latest Android OS
Things just got sweeter. The Galaxy S7 is powered by the latest Android Marshmallow OS. That means less battery culvert from apps you don’t use, and new features like Now on Tap—the ingenuity technology that assume your next move.
The first mobile payment that’s accepted almost anywhere you can swipe or tap your card.6 It’s simple, protected and works in more places than any other mobile payment service.
It’s a Galaxy
Your phone should give you freedom to do more
That’s why they created the Galaxy—a world of connected products and experiences. Paired with the Gear VR headset (sold separately), your phone makes it possible to explore new worlds with Samsung Milk VR. And that’s just the beginning.
The S7 Edge goes on sale March 11.