Samsung Galaxy S7 appears with a small camera


Samsung Galaxy S7 appears with a small camera ?

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to be presented in February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Just over a month ago revealed an alleged benchmark but the technical specifications of the new Android flagship. Thus, the camera of the Galaxy S7 had to slim down a bit.

Regularly replace the Internet on the test results of smartphones, whose market launch is still to come. This time the French blog “Nowherelse” has on China’s Google counterpart Weiboo found a very special screenshot for Samsung Galaxy S7. It shows a view of the popular benchmark tools Antutu that tests the performance of smartphones. Accordingly, the new Samsung top smartphone should have gone through the Antutu test.

According to the screenshot Samsung has installed the latest Porzessor Qualcomm in the Galaxy S7, the Snapdragon 820. This should dopppelt by the manufacturer as much computing power have as Qualcomm’s current top CPU, the Snapdragon 810. In addition, the Snapdragon has 820 via an improved graphics unit (Adreno 530), a faster LTE module and supports Photography up to a size of 25 megapixels.

Samsung Galaxy S7 with less megapixels

If the data on the Antutu screenshot, the main camera of the Galaxy S7 but only shoot images with a resolution of 12.1 megapixels, while the Samsung Galaxy S6 makes 16-megapixel shots. A bold but sensible step: The less of pixels speaks for an image sensor, who shoots low-noise images even in low light conditions. Smartphones with more megapixels can be, despite its likely more marketable The front camera of the Galaxy S7 knipst as its predecessor Selfies with 5 megapixels.

Also display size and resolution remain the same according to data of 2560 × 1440 pixels on 5.1 inches. However, the memory is likely to swell to 4 gigabytes of RAM. The operating system Antutu know from the currently latest version of Android 6.0.

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