Samsung’s most powerful smartphone ever is here. Check out all the new features and read reviews for the Galaxy S7 on the T-Mobile blazing fast 4G LTE network.Specs and looks have been leaked time and time again to the tiniest detail, and the smartphone just can’t come soon enough for us to actually put it through its paces. In the meantime, reports keep coming in on the S7’s performance and it’s hard not to be impressed with its alleged 2-day battery life. And now we’re being treated to some GeekBench scores of what is likely a near final unit bound for US carrier T-Mobile. It’s been almost a week to the day that T-Mobile announced their brand new Video Calling feature would be rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S7.
It’s already Galaxy S7 rumor mill time, indicating that Samsung might have indeed succeeded to shorten the development timeframe for its flagship through a more.The Galaxy S7 in question is powered by the Snapdragon 820 (Exynos 8890 versions should also supposedly exist) and posts some pretty high numbers. The single-core result in particular is mightily impressive at around 2,300 points, while the Huawei Mate 8 we reviewed recently only managed about 1,600 with one of its Cortex-72 cores. Mind you, today’s numbers are much higher than initial reports suggested, meaning Samsung and Qualcomm held back on performance in early designs. Battery Life. The Samsung Galaxy S7 is one of just a few current top-end phones to give you access to the battery unit. It’s a 2,800 mAh.
Samsung is endowing its first two 2016 flagships with a pair of features that were conspicuously missing from 2015’s Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.,Today’s figures are virtually the same as what Qualcomm’s reference units were able to put out, which leads us to believe this is the Snapdragon 820 in its final form. That said, a single one of the Kryo cores inside Qualcomm’s top chip is still behind (if only slightly) one of Apple’s Twister cores in the A9 SoC found in the latest iPhone 6s. All four cores in the S820, on the other hand, easily top Apple’s CPU, which only has a pair of Twisters. Samsung outs its Galaxy S7 Edge, then scrubs the evidence. A Samsung developers site offers clues about the newest Edge.
Tthe Samsung Galaxy S7 is a superior superphone that hits every mark but the sharpest design.That said, T-Mobile’s Galaxy S7 is still no match for the Mate 8 in the multi-core test. We’ll be anticipating the Exynos 8890 to see how all of this year’s flagship chips measure up. And if you believe none of this is actually relevant in the real life anymore, when high-end chips have surpassed the average user’s needs.The Samsung Galaxy S7 on Verizon’s fast 4G LTE network will complement your life with a 5.1-inch Full HD display, quick-action camera.