Here Are The Hardware Specifications Of Galaxy S7, According To The Latest Leak
In our last reported leak, we detailed that there are going to be dual-SIM variants of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, suggesting that there are a going to be a ton of models to choose from. Now, we will detail what looks to be the final specification sheet of the smartphone, at least according to the latest leak and they have been shown in the table below.
Galaxy S7 Will Sport A 5.1 Inch Screen, Quad HD Display And A Bunch Of Really Impressive Integrated Hardware
Now that Qualcomm has finally cleaned up its act with its Snapdragon 820 SoC, not to mention that there is a slight chance that the company will be working on a second revision of the chipset, looks like Samsung is finally comfortable in incorporating the 14nm LPP chip inside its flagship handset. According to our previous reports, 50 percent of the total Galaxy S7 lineup manufactured by the South Korean tech giant are going to feature Qualcomm’s high-end chipset, while the remaining number of units will sport the company’s own developed SoC, which if you do not know, is called Exynos 8890.
To show how proud it is of its flagship chipset, Samsung released an official press release detailing a very large infograph, indicating that the best from Samsung in terms of mobile hardware is yet to be witnessed by us. Thanks to Samsung’s superior manufacturing process, is it any wonder that Qualcomm ditched TSMC and made the tech giant its chief supplier? As for Galaxy S7, we expect that the upcoming handset is going to feature several models, which have been listed below, and aside from that, we also feel that the MicroSD card slot is going to make a return to the lineup.
- Galaxy S7
- Galaxy S7 Edge
- Galaxy S7 Edge Plus
- Galaxy S7 Plus
As for the camera sensor, it looks like Samsung is going to be incorporating a brand new tech in order to surpass the image and recording capabilities of both Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5. While the number of megapixels have reduced, the added benefit will be that it will allow more light to pass per pixel, making the new sensor work like a champ in low-light conditions. Right now, majority of smartphones, even those belonging at the top of the food chain might have capable camera sensors, but they all suffer in low-light conditions.
If you wanted to take a glance at the hardware specifications, they have been detailed in the table below and while you are at it, tell us what you thought about them.
|Component and other specifications|
|Expandable storage slot||To be confirmed|
|Screen size||5.1 Super AMOLED|
|Rear camera sensor||12MP|
|Front camera sensor||5MP|
|Operating system||Android Marshmallow 6.0.1|