Samsung To Live Stream Galaxy Unpacked 2016 Event in 360-Degrees

    Today, the South Korean tech giant Samsung has shared the information about the Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event. As per the company, it will live stream the event in 360-degree for the first time. This live streaming will be available on PC, Android and iOS devices with Unpacked 360 View app.

    Samsung To Live Stream Galaxy Unpacked 2016 Event in 360-Degrees

    With this, users can watch the Samsung Unpacked event from four angle - from the auditorium, stage left, stage right and stage centre. In this Unpacked event, Samsung will be launching the most expected smartphone dubbed as Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

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    Few days back, the image of Galaxy S7 got leaked on the Internet from Vietnam. As per the image, the so-called Galaxy S7 comes without camera bump and curved back, which indeed falls in line with previous rumour.

    Samsung To Live Stream Galaxy Unpacked 2016 Event in 360-Degrees

    In terms of specifications, the so-called Galaxy S7 is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 820 version and Exynos 8890 processor, while the Exynos is said to be 15% powerful both in CPU and GPU.

    Talking about the camera, the leakster revealed that the Galaxy S7 is backed by 12MP camera on the back with an aperture of f/1.7. the battery of Galaxy S7 will be capable of playing 17 hours of back-to-back videos after a single charge.

    Also, the Russian tech blogger Eldar tweeted an image saying S7 will be able to offer up to 48 hours of battery life after a single recharge.

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