Samsung Galaxy S7: The New Trend Setter

In April Samsung is about to release the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge the all-new flagships and now the rumours for the next Samsung Galaxy S7 is already started.

As you know, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has 16 or 32 GB of internal storage, but you can add a micro-SD card up to 128 GB of capacity. On the other hand, thanks to an agreement with Dropbox, 50GB additional storage in the cloud are obtained for two years, or 50GB Box for six months. In terms of connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is well served and supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a / ​​b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 4.0. Unfortunately, as happened with the Galaxy S5 does not own FM radio, which some users find it as a major constraint. While, in the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 we found the FM radio, so we could see the FM radio module in the Samsung Galaxy S7.

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In the different tests, speed network by Wi-Fi as 4G were very satisfactory in the S6. The Samsung Galaxy S6 reached 39 Mbps downstream and 10 Mbps upstream in Wi-Fi with a fiber optic connection 100/10. In testing 4G, it reached 28 Mbps downstream and 19 Mbps upstream with a fast 4G. The Samsung Galaxy S6 battery is replaceable and has a capacity of 2,600 mAh, which represents a decrease of 200 mAh regarding the Galaxy S5. But new processor could act more efficiently and it could give more battery life. But it is not enough and it is clear on the paper, if Samsung wants to survive in the market then of course, Samsung should bring something better and more battery life in the Samsung Galaxy S7 releasing next year. But there are also different rumours showing the possibility of the Samsung Galaxy S7 release date to be December this year.

The good news in the Samsung Galaxy S6 that, Samsung has incorporated two ways of saving energy: the normal mode and ultra saving power mode. The average saving mode allows you to block background data, disable vibration feedback, turn off the display after three seconds, limit the maximum CPU performance, reduce the frame rate of the screen, turn off the light touch pad, GPS disable or enable grayscale put the display is in black and white mode. And yes it works. The ultra saving mode is one of the important innovations incorporated in the Samsung Galaxy S5, and now followed by the Samsung Galaxy S6, which significantly increases the battery life of the phone if necessary. This mode saves battery by applying a theme grayscale, simplifying the most of the screen, limiting the number of usable essential applications and those selected by the user, disabling mobile data when you turn the screen on and off the connectivity functions WiFi and Bluetooth. And now rumours are suggesting, we would see the next level of ultra power saving mode in the Samsung Galaxy S7.

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