Samsung Galaxy S7 dual-camera rendering
Samsung Galaxy S6 series and note 5 feature one of the best camera among all high-end smartphones, and it is the second best device in terms of camera according of DxOmark. Even the dual-lens camera can’t stand against Samsung’s latest Galaxy smartphones. However, Samsung seems ready to follow the trend.
We have already heard many rumors about Samsung launching Galaxy S7 with dual-camera, but it was not clear whether they will feature read dual-camera or front dual-camera. However, we have spotted rendering image on Chinese social network (Weibo) that shows it to be with rear dual-camera. Have a look at the rendering image
Samsung may follow the design of Galaxy S6 and bring Galaxy S7 in same kind of shape. Samsung fans have lots of expectation from Galaxy S7, and Samsung must be preparing something great to face Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, because Apple A9 chip has turned out better than anyone expected.
Samsung Galaxy S7 has been spotted a couple of times with Exynos 8890 SoC on Geekbench 3 that revealed the detail. Samsung is still optimizing its chip, and the latest Exynos 8890 benchmark showed a great improvement scoring 2294 in single-core performance and 6908 in multi-core. It was spotted with 2.3 GHz Processor compared to 2.1 GHz found in Exynos 7420. At the very start, Galaxy S7 showed up on Geekbench with code name Samsung Lucky-LTE, and the benchmark report was not quite impressive, but now it seems to be on track.
Along with Exynos 8890, Galaxy S7 would also be launched with Snapdragon 820 in the United States and China. So rest of the markets will be enjoying Exynos 8890. In terms of performance, Exynos 8890 may perform better than Snpadragon 820, but Exynos (Mali) chip has never been better for GPU performance compared to Snapdragon (Adreno). This is the reason Samsung has been rumored to be working on a chip that would be based on Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) combined by Samsung’s own GPU. However, it is not coming so soon (may be in 2017 or 2108).
Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2016. Let’s see if the dual-camera rumor is going to be true. It would probably feature 4GB RAM, 32GB/64GB ROM plus MicroSD card slot, and the battery would still be unremovable.