Recent rumors suggest that Samsung Galaxy S7 will be releasing quite soon hence it’s fair to compare it with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active. When it was recently released in the U.S, the S6 Active promised designing and features that are perfect for adventurous individuals. Mashable further declared that it features a 5.1 inch Super AMOLED display with a Quad-HD resolution of 2,560×1, 440.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will feature great upgrades, especially the inclusion of 4k Resolution. Earlier, AndroidPit explained that the S6 Active comes with an octa-core Exynos 7420 chipset, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB internal storage.
The primary camera is a 16MP shooter with a home button shortcut. In Trusted Reviews, there was an ongoing debate on whether the S7 will include an Exynos processor. Rumors currently indicate that it will have 4GB of RAM for a quicker processing experience and a 20MP front snapper.
The Galaxy S6 Active is 73.6 x 146.9 x 8.8 mm in dimensions which is a jump from 70.5 x 143.4 x 6.8 mm in the Galaxy S6. The Active features a larger battery of 3,500mAh, increased from the 2,550mAh in the Galaxy S6.
Right now, there are no reports regarding the possible dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy S7 but according to igalaxys7samsung, it will feature a super-fast charging battery with a charging time of 5 minutes. This is really an ultrafast charging time that is quite impossible to believe but can be attained with the correct application of technology.
When it comes to the price, the Galaxy S6 Active is available at $23.17 to $34.75 per month, exclusive on AT&T. Compared to that, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is rumored to come with a price tag of $999. The other features of the Samsung Galaxy S7 include a 30MP ultra-lowlight sensitivity sensor and is further equipped with an ultrafast fingerprint detective sensor along with a mini projector.
The rumors regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 started after the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge was revealed this March. It has a rumored release date of 2016 first quarter. According to reports from South Korean website ET News, an affiliated official revealed that Samsung is expanding the investments on the panels which are used for the displays of flagship Samsung devices.
According to the report, the company has requested around 8 million flexible panels per month for the Samsung Galaxy S7. Tech Radar further revealed that the S7 will possibly include the same curved edge of its predecessor.