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Comparing Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8: The overviewUpdated on: February 6, 2017
As per our source, the Galaxy S8 (measuring 140.14×72.20×7.3mm) will be slimmer and shorter than its predecessor.
According to a report, Samsung has decided to increase the screen resolution to Ultra-HD 4K, as the VR headsets reduce the resolution to half for each eye. However, we won’t be surprised if the Samsung Galaxy S8 retains the Quad-HD display from the Galaxy S7.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge didn’t possess a stylus but there’s speculation that the Galaxy S8 will feature the S-pen.
We are fairly certain that the Samsung S8 will replace the S7’s Snapdragon 820 processor with the newer Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Inside the S8, the Adreno 540 GPU will also be included.
The Snapdragon 835 can accept RAM up to 8GB, though the more likely approach is 6GB for S8 given the fact that the S7 with the Snapdragon 820 chip, had 4 GB DDR4 RAM.
The Galaxy S7 has a 12 MP rear camera. But for the Galaxy S8 Plus, there is a talk of a dual camera to compete with the new Apple iPhone. The selfie camera will also be expected to have an upgrade.
In Galaxy S8, the Adreno 540 GPU promises a better battery life and also supports the new Quick Charge- 4.0, which gives 5 hours of battery life from just 5 minutes of charging, while the S7 has some serious battery issues.
The Galaxy S8 series will ship with the recent Android Nougat whereas the S7 series came with Marshmallow. However, Samsung S7 will be getting a Nougat update very soon.
After losing money on the Galaxy Note series, Samsung is back with a bang with Galaxy S8 series. With all these upgraded features, it’s likely to become an incredible upgrade for the gadget geeks.
Not all Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be receiving a Nougat update: The reason unleashedUpdated on: February 1, 2017
But, not every S7 / S7 edge user will be able to upgrade their software. Only those customers who brought their phone directly from Samsung or have a SIM only deal are entitled to this upgrade. But if the phone has been bought directly through a deal with a mobile operator, you won’t be receiving this upgrade.This stringent measure has been applied by Samsung as it wants to beta test the upgrade before it gets to the other devices. This test is necessary as they want to have all the bugs fixed before releasing the upgrade to the bigger market.
Though the update is expected within the next few weeks but the exact time remains unclear. Android Nougat has brought many upgrades and improvements and is far more advanced than its predecessor, the Android Marshmallow. Nougat includes the new GIF keyboard, some new emojis, and “launcher shortcuts” to add 3D features to the home screen.
In order to check if your Android device is entitled to the Nougat update, you can go to settings tab and choose to download the update manually.
Sony was among the first to launch the Nougat update to their Xperia range of smartphones but it stopped dishing out the upgrade after some users faced problems with the audio playback via third party apps and MicroSD card encrypted data read performance along with some other glitches.
A further report states that Sony has identified the root cause and is providing additional firmware for its rectification as it wants to re- commences the rollout as soon as possible.
Samsung Updates Galaxy S6 & S7 Devices before Unveiling Note 7Updated on: July 23, 2016
Different security issues recently have been found in the handsets from Galaxy S6 series, and for this reason Samsung has taken the step of updating instead of releasing its new flagship.
For Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, S6 Edge and S6, the latest security maintenance release of July comes alongside the upgrades for the latest Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices also. According to the company, the update’s size is as high as 350 MB and this size can fix different security issues of both generations of devices.
One of the flaws that Samsung targets for fixing with the latest updates is a vital error which enables some malicious programs for invading the shared memory of a handset via Jack audio service. Provided that ransom ware, malware and some other malicious programs are getting stronger day by day, OEM like Samsung must uncover the security patches launched by Google as early as possible for preventing the privacy and security of the handset users for being compromised.
Google figured out almost 11 security issues ruining Galaxy S6 Edge last year which included a flaw that could help a hacker gain control over the phone remotely. Within 90 days of being reported, Samsung fixed the flaws and acclaimed by Google for this. Presently, different reports also disclosed that in Galaxy phones, Marshmallow updates played around with stored fingerprints and passwords, which left users unable of unlocking their handsets after updating.
Although, all Galaxy devices are not experiencing these security vulnerabilities, still many are suffering now. So, your device can also belong to them. The company says that once you update your Galaxy device with the latest Android OS, i.e. 6.0 Marshmallow, your device will be unable to identify your fingerprints or stored passwords and so no hacker will be able to use them. So, it will be exciting to see how the Security maintenance update will solve the flaws in July.
Galaxy note 6, Possibly a Better Option to Choose over Your LaptopUpdated on: May 8, 2016
According to the report of Samsung Mobile, Galaxy Note 6 will have a USB Type-C port. However, it is still not clear whether USB 3.1 will be supported by this reversible port or not.
As per the report from Android Geek, the Galaxy Note 6 will have the same camera which Galaxy S7 has, yet there is big twists also that an infrared autofocus module will be included by it.
Samsung is trying to get some improvement upon autofocus, which is already greatly fast on the Galaxy S7 smartphone. According to a source, it is said that at present Samsung is examining two prototypes of Galaxy Note 6, one with a camera setup similar to the Galaxy S7’s and another one with IR autofocus.
Ultimately, Gizmo China tells us in a report that this August, this latest Note smartphone must be introduced at any point. This handset must have a 4,200 mAh battery, 6GB of RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor (upgraded version of Snapdragon 820), and a 5.8 inches display with 2K resolution. Possibly, this mobile phone will come with a 256GB capacity and it is going to happen for the first time for Samsung as it is already known that such storage is mass-produced by Samsung, yet it is still unclear what devices it will be suitable for. Additionally, as per this report, the handset will be carrying IP68 water and dust certification.
Considering these specifications are authentic, the Galaxy Note 6 possibly a better option for choosing over your present laptop, which is possibly how Apple would launch it if it were for making such a gadget.
Samsung Galaxy S7 can be controlled remotelyUpdated on: April 4, 2016
This new feature which is added to your Samsung Galaxy S7 is caked Samsung Assist and is similar to the helpdesk in your PC. Just like the helpdesk takes control of your PC remotely to tweak your settings, this feature will also take control of your phone to let you do everything you want to do. It is reported that this new feature comes through the Samsung+ app, which has been updated recently.
In order to use this feature, you will be required to first make a contact with Samsung representative via a video chat on the new live support feature of this application. Once the representative gets access to your device, he will guide you on how to get the control of your device completely.
Currently, this feature is only available for Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phone but s expected to get released for some other devices from the Korean giant.