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With the much-anticipated release of the Samsung Galaxy S7, we’re going to take a look at why it may just trump the iPhone 7 which is set to be released later in the year.
The S7 is more than just a smartphone; not only does it conduct regular handset functions, it also offers a 360 degree camera which works well with Samsung’s virtual reality headset. The handset can be turned into a completely new piece of technology, focusing more on what it can do for its user, whether it be gaming, photography or usability.
The iPhone 7 hasn’t been rumoured to have advanced this much technologically, but we'll just have to wait and find out.
An Attractive Handset
The Galaxy S6 featured quite an angular aesthetic with hard edges and a lack of curve. However, the Galaxy S7 is set to feature more curves and a more attractive design than its predecessors. In addition, many of the much-loved features that were found on the S5 but later removed on the S6 and S6 Edge are now back. The S7 is packed full of features that all Samsung users know and love.
The iPhone 7 is claimed to be more attractive, with the usual camera bump being removed for an all-around slicker design.
Lots of Juice
Featuring an impressive 3000 mAh battery, the Galaxy S7 has loads of energy storage. The battery should last all day, but if you find you’re running low, all you need to do is activate the new battery endurance mode which will increase the standby time. The S7 also offers wireless charging.
The S7 will be waterproof and dustproof which means that you don’t need to worry about dropping it while playing candy crush in the bath!
Many were hoping that the iPhone 7 would also be waterproof to keep up with one of its major rivals. However, reports suggest that due to its LCD display, it won’t be.
While the megapixels of the S7 have dropped to 12, it’s rumoured to be one of the best smartphone cameras on the market with a range of features. It boasts revolutionary focus and motion panorama allowing you to take some very professional looking photos on your handset. And to top it all off, for you selfie lovers out there, the S7 will feature a selfie flash!
Samsung has always produced better mobile phone cameras than Apple, so let’s see if this year is any different when it comes to the release of the iPhone 7.