Samsung Galaxy S7 Compared To Its Celebrated Predecessor, the Galaxy S6, the New S7 Feels More Like an S6 Plus!

That being said, Samsung decided to keep up with the latest trends when it came to the Always-On display. It was also seen on the LG G5 which launched on the same day. The Galaxy S7 boasts a 5.1in crystal-clear Quad-HD (2560×1440, 576ppi) SuperAMOLED panel as seen in the Galaxy S6, the S7 only can show you the time, date and notifications on its Always-On display.

It makes use of a proximity sensor to turn off at night or when the device is in your pocket but on all the other times, the information is simply a glance away.  Although the Galaxy S7 is thicker than the Galaxy S6, the increased thickness is a welcome.

Whenever Samsung upgrades its devices or introduces a new flagship, it manages to jump straight into the top tier of benchmark results. Samsung has included the brand-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core (2x 2.15GHz + 2x 1.6GHz) processor – or the octa-core Exynos 8890 depending on your region and the LP-DDR4 RAM has been complemented from 3- to 4GB.

The Adreno 530GPU has improved the graphics as well. Meanwhile, in the UK, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will come with a powerful Exynos 8890, not the Snapdragon 820. The Galaxy S6 has the Exynos 7420 processor. It has 14nm architecture, 64-bit chip built with two quad-core (1.5GHz Cortex-A53 and 2.1GHz Cortex A-57) sets and a Mali-T760 GPU is integrated.

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