Synaptics Clear Force technology reported to be behind the Samsung S7 Force Touch display

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    Apple gained a decisive advantage by launching an iPhone 6S sporting a Force Touch display at their event in San Francisco. Thanks, to the inclusion of this display technology and FaceTime Flash innovation, Apple does have something to "really" brag about this time around.

    Synaptics Clear Force technology reported to be behind the Samsung S7

    Nevertheless Apple closely lost out in the early bird award to the Huawi Mate S. Touting a similar 3D Touch/Force Touch (that's what Apple love calling it) display hardware the Mate S launched a few days back at the IFA.

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    Huawei though failed to include the software that could fully use this display technology. The feature turns out to be more gimmicky than useful. So it would be just to state that the Apple iPhone 6S is the only "usable" Force Touch display device around.

    However that won't be long enough. According to a report from China Samsung is allegedly planning to incorporate the 3D touch technology into their upcoming flagship devices.

    Synaptics Clear Force technology reported to be behind the Samsung S7

    Apparently the Korean electronics giants has already partnered with Synaptics for sourching the new display technology. It is reported that Samsung will be using Synaptics new Clear Force Technology for producing 3D touch capable smartphones.

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    Hence it would be safe to infer that Samsung is planning to include this technology to its upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 devices. As of now the Samsung S7 is scheduled to launch at the Q1 of 2016 with three SoC variants - Qualcomm 820, Exynos 7422 and Exynos 8890.

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