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Storage space on S7 is a let down from the 128GB, that once was on the S6, and should be standard internal storage size in the tech industry rather than the 1970's model of business of charging more for "just to have" the extra space, it is such a waste in every aspect, environmentally included, to have the different phone specification for storage size. External storage is great but it does not play well in the Android "ecosphere" for example, Samsung will default camera storage to SD card, then Google photos says it will not back up the SD card stored photos that one takes to the cloud, and so on and such. The camera only shoots 4:3, to go 16:9, the pixels drop to 9M, while previously it was at 16M and wide angle is how one would hold the phone to take pictures. The only reason to buy the S7 is the extra RAM and new processor makes things slightly faster than the S6 and the battery life is amazing so much better than the S6. The glass finish on the back is shit on both phones without friction the phones slides out of pockets too easily, also slides out of grip when one holds it. Type C USB, 128GB standard storage, flat camera with high MP camera in wide angle, large battery, some friction on the back, and the S8 is the dream phone!
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The road to water and dust resistance on the #GalaxyS7 and #GalaxyS7edge

The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are designed to be water and dust resistant. Samsung rose to the challenge of addressing one of the largest pain points for consumers by developing an innovative technology that didn’t interfere with the beauty of the phone’s design.

We sat down with Suk Chul Park and Jung Min Choi, senior engineers in the Mechanical R&D team, to ask them about the challenges and rewards of making the Galaxy S7 dust and water resistant.

Q. What differentiates a water and dust resistant phone from other devices on the market?

Choi: Normally, when a mobile phone is exposed to water, the liquid leaks into the body, eroding its hardware and causing electrical shorts. These phones are designed with special materials or tapes that safeguard them when they are exposed to small amounts of water. However, these measures cannot protect them against larger quantities of water.

In contrast, water and dust resistant phones are equipped with a more advanced technology that prevents moisture from reaching their inner workings. This technology allows people to use the phone safely, even in very wet environments.

Q. What is most notable about the water and dust resistant features of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge?

Park: Most other water and dust resistant phones come with bulky detachable covers or a clunky design, but the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge offer excellent protection without sacrificing the aesthetics of the phone.

To ensure exceptional water and dust resistance, we conducted rigorous experiments to find the right materials to seal the device’s USB port without using protective caps. We were looking to do this without compromising the device’s compact look and feel.

It is definitely not easy to apply the water and dust resistance to a mass-produced flagship smartphone, but to design a metal-body phone without a cap was a huge challenge as well.

Q. What technology did you use to accomplish this?

Choi: To start, we looked at making potentially vulnerable parts more water and dust resistant. Non-corrodible materials like Nickel and Platinum were selected for frequently used parts such as the USB port or earphone jack, not to harm the functionality.

Another point was to use special elastic material during assembly for sealing to block the moisture. When assembling individual parts like USB port, earphone jack or SIM card tray, there has to be a slight hiatus. Special silicon-type material is used to close that gap to prevent water from getting into the phone.

Q. What unique development challenges did you have to tackle when making the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge?

Choi: Finding the right liquid-sealing material was probably the biggest challenge. We needed a material that was fairly solid to repel water, but also flexible enough to function as a sealant.

We also needed it to be easily removable to allow people to make repairs to the device, and also to ensure it would not be affected by temperature and humidity changes. Finding the right materials involved a lot of trial and error.

Park: One of those efforts was to apply water and dust resistant feature within the limited bezel space in order to maintain its size.

In particular, the Galaxy S7 edge has an extremely narrow bezel and curved display which made it impossible to apply water protective tape around the edge. To maintain and highlight the curved display of the Galaxy S7 edge, a different approach was needed. The material and location of the water protective tape were changed and liquid sealing material was used for the curvy area and to connect the taped part. The curved display is also made up with water resistant material.

Q. What did you need to do to enable functionality without negatively affecting the devices’ aesthetic appeal?

Park: Through our research, we were able to develop ultra-thin water protective tape that provides high levels of water and dust resistance. We also developed a special sealant that can protect against water in both flat and curvy parts of the devices.

Special connection technology was also used to seal the space between the device’s metal frame and plastic parts for the antenna placement, replacing the plastic resin method used in previous devices. We also used non-corrodible materials and an erosion-free coating to protect the exposed parts of the device from humidity.

Q. Is it possible to use the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge underwater? Can users take them to the waterpark or the beach?

Choi: It won’t present any problems if you use these devices under fresh water for a short time, but it is recommended that you do so according to the product specifications. In fact, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are certified with an IP68 rating, which is the highest rating available for water and dust resistance of electronic appliance. However, ratings do not guarantee a device’s performance beyond the specified depth of water, or in liquids other than water.

We would recommend against using the phones for longer periods of time under high-pressure water taps, or in the ocean or other saltwater environments.

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Revolutionizing low-light photography on the #GalaxyS7 and #GalaxyS7edge

Smartphone cameras continue to improve and the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are ahead of the curve. The Galaxy S7 uses a Dual Pixel image sensor for the first time in a smartphone camera to tackle low light photography like a professional-grade camera. The all-new sensor allows for fast and accurate shooting without sacrificing image quality, regardless of lighting conditions. 

The Power of Dual Pixel Sensor

Dual Pixel technology has traditionally been utilized in high-end DSLR cameras to send light to two image sensors separately to adjust the focus, just like the human eye, for improved autofocus performance.

Using the same technology, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge come equipped with 1.4 μm pixels (a 56 percent increase in size compared to the Galaxy S6) and a large F1.7 aperture (which allows for 25 percent more brightness). Combined, these features enable for 95 percent more light, making it the ideal phone for capturing the moment no matter the lighting. Furthermore, the S7 employs autofocusing at considerably faster speeds, allowing for faster shooting.
Brighter, Better Selfies

In 2002, Samsung developed the first phone built with a front-facing camera. Since then it has continued its efforts to improve the selfie experience- increasing pixel resolution, supporting wide-angle photography, and introducing a brighter lens to the front camera.

The front camera on the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge features an F1.7 lens to deliver bright, clear selfies, even in low light. It also supports a Selfie Flash feature, which enables the user to use the Super AMOLED display of the phone as a camera flash when taking selfies in a low light environment.
The camera flash on the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge has a greater but softer light-emitting surface than that of an LED flash. The result is a much softer surface lighting effect without the harshness of a front LED flash. Plus, once the device’s camera recognizes your face, you can adjust the intensity and direction of the light in order to make your selfies even more expressive.
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Find out how the #GalaxyS7edge’s camera held up to DxOMark’s standards.
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How we optimized battery and charging on the #GalaxyS7 and #GalaxyS7edge to be ready whenever you are
The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have been designed to be ready whenever you are. Greater battery capacity, faster charging, and optimized hardware and software resourcing help the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge deliver the type of usability and convenience users have come to expect without compromising Samsung’s design heritage.
We sat down with Youngho Seo and Seonyoung Park of the Mechanical R&D, and SeungChul Choi and Chulwoo Park of the Advanced Component Technology department at Samsung to discuss what went into these optimizations and the challenges they faced when working to balance the three most important elements of the battery usage triangle – efficient and larger battery size, extended running time, and faster and safer charging.
Q. What are some of the challenges of developing smartphone batteries?
Youngho Seo: Customers often feel that their battery on their smartphone is not enough — they want it to last longer. Although it should be possible to increase battery capacity to meet the user’s expectations, there are technical difficulties at play that make it difficult to do so. Finding ways to overcome these obstacles is the toughest challenge in battery development.
Seonyoung Park: Another challenge in battery development is the long trial period. Smartphone batteries have to be tested for many years in order to prove they deliver the same performance, even after hundreds of recharges. This obviously takes a long time.
Q. What did you focus on the most in working to improve the battery of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge?
Youngho Seo: A key focus was to improve the battery’s energy density, which is the amount of energy stored in a specific size of a physical space. We were determined to design a battery with increased capacity—but without adding any bulk—in order to preserve the Galaxy S7’s compact design. As a result, higher energy density was applied to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, equipping both phones with battery capacities of 3,000mAh and 3,600mAh respectively.
Q. What other steps were taken to increase the battery running time of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge?
Seungchul Choi: In order to extend battery life, it is crucial to have both a larger power storage capacity and minimal electricity consumption rate-per-hour. Power consumption will increase unless battery usage is optimized by adding components like the smartphone chipset design to its application. To extend the Galaxy S7’s battery life, we worked across the many departments that led the development of the Galaxy S7 at every stage — from planning to verification. When too much energy was used while developing new features, we conducted thorough reviews and worked together on solutions to provide the same function while consuming less energy.
In addition, various options were introduced to the new phone to reduce energy consumption, such as the App power saving feature, which is a function that lets users set a specific time during which the application is inactive and can save power within the Smart Manager.
Q. Have you made any improvements to the battery to reduce the charging time?
Chulwoo Park: Samsung has provided a fast-charging feature since 2014 when we launched the Galaxy Note4. When the Galaxy S6 launched last year, we added algorithms to enhance stability during fast charging. In the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, the usability has been improved even further with the addition of a new algorithm for longer battery life.
The fast charging technology needs to not only save time – but do it safely. We do this by ensuring that there is no excess electricity inflow through the product other than the amount required for charging. This is possible through bilateral communication, which monitors the power charging levels between the device and charger. In addition, safety features inside the charger protect the smartphone and battery against possible issues such as dirt, or water interference.
Specifically, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have a seven-step safety feature that is applied to the charger and battery to enhance consumer protection.
Q. Since the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are water and dust resistant, would it be safe to charge them when they’re wet?
Chulwoo Park: For safety purposes, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have an ID pin in the USB port that will detect that the device is connected to the charger. If a foreign substance like water is sensed by the ID pin, the charger will not work. It is recommended that phones are kept free from moisture and any other foreign substance before charging.
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More options with new camera modes on the #GalaxyS7 and #GalaxyS7edge

In addition to improved hardware that makes the camera on the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge one of the most advanced on the smartphone market, there are new camera modes to give you more options to choose from. You can also change the order of the modes shown on screen, download new ones from Galaxy Apps, and even add shortcuts to individual modes on the home screen, like Pro Mode or Live Broadcast, to access them even faster.

Motion Panorama

Panorama Mode on the Galaxy S7 comes with an update: the all-new Motion Panorama feature which lets you record your subject’s sweeping movements for the first time. The resulting images are as vivid and vibrant as videos and as wide and breathtaking as still panoramas. Imagine capturing a beautiful panoramic sunset while the clouds slowly pass by in full video.

If you want to take a regular panorama shot, you can turn off the Motion Panorama feature manually. You can also save and export your Motion Panorama shots as videos in 1080p and also as still panoramas.


Another new camera mode on the Galaxy S7 is Hyperlapse, a variation of time lapse photography tailor-made for smartphones. Through Hyperlapse, users can compress hours of recording into seconds while minimizing camera shake with the Galaxy S7’s adaptive vDIS (Video Digital Image Stabilization) function to produce a stable time lapse video. The new feature automatically adjusts shooting speed based on the subject’s movements. It shoots slow moving subjects faster, and vice versa, making time lapse recording easier and more intuitive for beginners.

You can select speeds from x4 up to x32, or capture content using Auto settings for optimal quality.

Food Mode
For the over-sharers and foodies in our audience, Food Mode is designed to make your next meal even more mouth-watering. The feature is designed to bring out the vibrant colors of your food by allowing you to adjust color tones and saturation in real time. Your Instagram feed is about to get an upgrade.

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Getting to Know the Design of the #GalaxyS7 and #GalaxyS7edge
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are testaments to Samsung’s unrelenting pursuit of creating human-centric devices in both form and user experience. Our design approach for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge was to create a device that not only resonates to your touch, but one that also captures your attention the first time you lay eyes on it.  
To strike this balance we aimed to simplify our design by adding complex technology to its production. The new Galaxy S7 edge front glass is designed with 3D thermoforming technology, a process that has allowed us to give the device a seamless depth unseen in a smartphone until now. All you need is to pick up the device and feel the difference in your hands.
We lowered the profile of our side buttons and rear camera, further accentuating the fluid design of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. In addition to a streamlined design, we achieved IP68 certification (water and dust resistance) on both devices to allow your phone to go anywhere that you do. All without sacrificing the design with rubber flaps.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge come in four colors: Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, White Pearl, and Silver Titanium. Black Onyx, one of the newly developed colors, applies a unique pattern that fractures light into a unique ebony hue found only on the S7; Gold Platinum, is reminiscent of smoky quartz; Silver Titanium mixes white and silver for a stern yet vivid feel. Whichever you choose, each color affects the glass material in a distinct and unique way.

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