Top 7 Reasons why Samsung Galaxy S7 will be far better than Galaxy S6

    The Android OS smartphone leader Samsung is all set to pull the curtains down to show its latest flagship in the premium 'S' series. After much rumors and conjectured, the company will finally be launching the Galaxy S7 at the Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event schedule to happen on February 21, at MWC in Barcelona, Spain. The event is one of the biggest annual events, and Samsung will be setting the stage on fire with the unveiling of new generation models of the Galaxy S smartphone.

    The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will bring a handful of new features and boast some major upgrades. The company is believed to retain the design language as it is on the Galaxy S6 models, though there will be some impressive changes in terms of hardware and software. The new features and upgrades will make the new gen Galaxy S superior and better than the Galaxy S6. Just in case you are wondering about the changes that will come with the new Galaxy S7 smartphones, here we list them all on the basis of rumored reports and company's teasers.

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    Take a look at 7 expected features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 that will make the phone better than the Galaxy S6.


    The attest teaser that has accidentally been released by Samsung indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will come with waterproofing capabilities, which has been missing from the Samsung Galaxy S6. This will certainly be a major advantage and a useful change.


    Samsung will be bringing a feature that we saw on the new generation iPhone 6S models. Yes, the company is most likely adding Force or 3D Touch onto the screen of the Galaxy S7 to take on arch rival Apple. It is rumored that the new Samsung top-end Galaxy S models will feature a display that will interpret the pressure applied on the screen to navigate accordingly.


    One of the most taked about feature on the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset that is yet to be seen on a smartphone of its caliber. The Galaxy flagship phone will boasts immense power with the latest and fastest processor. The company ensures that it offers better experience on the Galaxy S7 than the S6, which too was pretty powerful with the SND 810. The RAM size will remain unchanged from the previous generation Galaxy S6, staying at 4GB this time as well.


    Samsung this year will alter its way to offer a great camera experience to its consumers. The company is believed to offer lower camera pixels on the Galaxy S7. So you will get a 12MP camera sensor, instead of the 16MP as seen on the Galaxy S6. However, the reduced pixel count won't affect the imaging experience considering that Samsung has increased sensor size of the camera that will ensure better camera performance.


    Samsung is all set to ditch the fingerprint scanner as seen on the Galaxy S6, to introduce iris scanner on the Galaxy S7 in order to take the security quotient a notch higher. The company seems to have taken cue from the Microsoft's newest flagship smartphones, the Lumia 950 and 950XL, to add the Iris scanner security tool. The feature will let users set unique pass-code in the form of retina impression to lock and unlock the phone.


    Rumors have it that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will retain the glass and metal design elements of the Galaxy S6, which makes sense considering that it had made major designed changes in the last gen S series model. However, the company will be adding two more new models to the family. It is expected that the Galaxy S7 will be made available in four models this time around, including the Galaxy S7, S7 Plus, S7 Edge and the S7 Edge Plus. These models are likely to vary on the basis of form factor.


    Another interesting change will be on the software front, where Samsung is expected to refreshing some of the features. The company will not bring noticeable changes in the overall design and feel of the OS, but will be offering better experience and eliminate bugs. You may as well see the early release of software updates on the phone considering that Samsung is working closely with Google to open windows of providing faster software updates.

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