The latest Samsung Galaxy handset was revealed today, and it was as expected the eagerly anticipated S7 and S7 Edge.
Dual pixel sensors was one of the main announcements. Samsung claim that they are the first smartphone manufacturer in the world to have such a feature. The extra sensor allows the camera to focus on it's subject much quicker. The larger pixels allow in more light to improve aperture, perfect for taking shots in low lighting.
The new flagship Samsung device will also be waterproof to the depth of 1.5 metres so officially IP68 certified. The submersion can last for up to 30 minutes. Samsung suggest that this rating is ''a zero compromise on design'. The S7 is a metal body and completely water tight.
The Samsung Galaxy S7
features a 5.1" HD Display whilst the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
comes in slightly larger with a 5.5" display. Other than this however, and the curved screen which the Edge brand offers, there is little between the two.
Technology used to power rockets is central to keeping the sealed unit cool as they use an internal air conditioning system. The handset memory can be expanded up to 200GB via Micro SD card slot.
Both handsets are available to pre-order. Browse our launch offers on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge here
or the Samsung Galaxy S7 here