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Samsung Galaxy UK Release Date, Price, Features and Specification Rumors

Update Date: Jan 22, 2016 01:54 PM EST
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Internet is swirling with the rumors regarding release date of S7, its specs, features and the price point at which it will be launched. As per the rumor mills, S7 will be most likely unveiled at a Samsung Press event scheduled to be held on 21st February 2016 and will be available for sale on 4th March. S7 launch will be accompanied with the launch of S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge+. The phone is also expected to introduce the pressure sensitive screen, imitating Apple 3D touch and also the Live Photos features from the iPhone 6S, says PC Advisor

According to the reliable sources, such as Wall Street Journal, Korean Times, Reuters and many more, Galaxy S7 will look almost identical to Galaxy S6 from last year. The outer body will be made of aluminum and glass. Galaxy S6 received a lot of admiration and awards for its design and specs, even though they removed the micro-SD slot and non-removable battery. Looks wise, the phone probably didn't change much. It still comes with a similar curved screen. However, the leaked information about the specs, design and other features seems to have changed a lot, but it can also be all wrong, according to Gottabemobile.com

The camera, 12.3-MP, is a downgrade but the quality of images will only be better. After all, Samsung is known to make some of the best cameras and Galaxy S7 will only get the best. The new camera's pixels may be lower but it has a much faster sensor, f/1.7 aperture. Since pixels do not have much role to play in the image quality, unless you plan to print very large photos, you will be better off with the faster sensor in the new S7. Bigger sensor means that even if your hand is unsteady, you will still capture better photos and capture more light with each shutter, reported IT Pro

 

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