Samsung Galaxy S7 Leak Claims RAW Support And 20MP Shooter
As the months pass by and we head towards 2016, more and more information has started to surface about the Samsung Galaxy S7. By the looks of things so far the Galaxy S7 will be coming with top performance and features for every aspect of a mobile device, as should be expected from a manufacturer of Samsung's scale. Today we've managed to get our hands on some fresh information about the device, so take a look below to find out more.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 To Come With 20MP Rear Camera And RAW Image Support
After having seen details that range from its processor to multimedia capabilities, today we've got some information that claims to elaborate on the Samsung Galaxy S7's rear camera capabilities. After earlier reports that suggested that the Korean electronics giant will be once again upgrading the rear camera sensor on the Galaxy S7 this time around, today's information further corroborates earlier rumors.
Given that cameras have started to become an increasingly important feature of our smartphone as time passes, looks like this year Samsung's also looking to give some special attention to photography. In addition to the 20MP rear camera sensor on the Galaxy S7, the device will also be able to shoot images in RAW format, which should mean some great news for all the photography enthusiasts out there.
If today's information turns out to be correct, then the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be a very well rounded device indeed. We've got three processors lined up for it so far, which are the Exynos 8890, the Snapdragon 820 and perhaps even the ePoP Exynos 7422. This, coupled with all new multimedia capabilities and haptic feedback compatibility on the device should help Samsung target a wide variety of users looking for a high level experience on their smartphone.
Things have started to take yet another new direction in the mobile world recently, after Apple's launch of the iPhone 6s/6s Plus with 3D Touch on board. Haptic feedback seems to be the new talk of town with Synaptics also having launched its solution recently and some Samsung patents also showing the Korean manufacturer's commitment to the matter for quite a while. Its still some time before we get to lay our on the device, so more information's bound to surface. If only some design and image leaks were to follow. Stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.