When it comes to specs, one knows that the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone has a lot to offer—and the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 phablet as well.
To start off the comparison, the features of the two will be compared.
Samsung Galaxy S7
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is the Korean smartphone giant’s anticipated 2016 flagship handheld. There is no confirmed news about the device yet, but rumors have flown around that it will be powered by an Exynos 8890 processor with model number SM-G9300, which according to Tech Times scored 103,692. The outlet considered it to be powerful since Huawei’s Kirin 950 chip only scored 65,000 in the benchmark test. According to International Business Times, another variant of the S7 will be available and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip.
As for its build, the Galaxy S7 will be made of glass and magnesium alloy which makes it stronger than all of its predecessors which are made of aluminium. The upcoming flagship will reportedly feature an impressive 12-megapixel camera with a BRITECELL sensor and digital-to-analog stereo from ESS Technology that has a model name “SABRE9018AQ2M,” it is considered to be a powerful 32-bit converter. The outlet adds that the Galaxy S7 might be released in Feb. 2016 because the company uses the new “Agile” approach which minimizes the development cycle, compared to the usual “Waterfall” methodology. There is no price yet, but it will reportedly be cheaper at ten percent less than the Galaxy S6 which was roughly sold at $819.99.
Samsung Galaxy S7 details (pre-official)*
- Display: 5.1-inch Super-AMOLED with 1440 x 2650 pixel resolution (that’s Quad HD, or 2K)
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Samsung Exynos 8890
- RAM: 4GB RAM
- Camera: 25MP back-facing camera – similar or same as the Sony Xperia Z5, with 4K video recording abilities, dual-LED flash
- Front-facing camera: 8-megapixel (similar to this year’s model)
- Battery: 3,500mAh (guesstimate based on historical precedent)
- Internal Storage: 16, 32, 64GB, microSD card slot for storage expansion (yes!)
Read more Samsung S7 information and News.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is an upcoming 2016 phablet and is said to be the first device by the company to have a 4K resolution. According to Neurogadget, the Galaxy S7 is rumored to have the feature but believes that the Note 6 would suit better.
This device is considered to be one of the most powerful gadgets coming as it will rumoredly have 8GB RAM, 16 core processor, a bigger battery and a fast-charging technology. It will also have the USB Type-C port that allows faster charging, faster information transfer and lessen the mishap of plugging anything in the port the wrong way.
According to Tech Times, the Galaxy Note 6 will have a 30-megapixel rear cam and 16-megapixel front cam and a bunch of impressive sensors including a thermometer, compass, barometer, oxygen sensor and heart rate sensor. The phablet is rumoredly dust-proof and shock-proof as well.
The outlet states that the gadget will reportedly fetch a price of about $1,100 and will be released by the 3rd quarter of 2016.
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