Samsung usually makes use of a Sony Exmor camera sensor in its Galaxy devices. This is because using Sony technology is cheaper and needs fewer resources than if Samsung made its own in-house. However, it also occasionally runs with its own ISOCELL sensor.
The experience in the Samsung Galaxy S7 is will definitely be first-class no matter what camera makes into its housing. Samsung really knows how to make a smartphone display. Samsung could stick with QHD technology for another year but we have our doubts regarding that.
This technology has been available since 2014 and it won’t be considered impressive in 2016. If the Note 5 comes with an UHD display, expect the Samsung Galaxy S7 to have a glorious Super AMOLED UHD (3840×2160 pixels) screen. Meanwhile, there are rumors that suggest both LG and Samsung are gearing up to equip its flagship devices with Iris-based authentication systems.
Stay tuned for more updates on Samsung Galaxy S7!