Better processor, better camera, and the reinstatement of expandable storage truly make the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge the phone that everyone desires.
Processors 2.3GHz 64-bit Exynos 8890 (octa-core) // GPU Mali-T880 MP12 // Memory 4GB of RAM // Storage 32GB (tested) / 64GB internal memory (expandable up to 200GB via microSD) // Connectivity 3.5mm audio, MicroUSB 2.0, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 // Battery 3,600mAh // Dimensions 150.9 x 72.6 x 7.7 mm // Weight 157g // Warranty 1-year // Contact Samsung Careline // Tel 1 800 88 7799 // URL www.samsung. com/my keep a very long story short, the power management isn't strictly handled by the doze and wake modes that are part and parcel of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. Instead, the Smart Manager takes some time (two weeks, to be precise) to learn your habits and what you usually do with the phone.
Once the Smart Manager accumulates enough data, it then syncs and tweaks the battery to act in accordance with your phone use, and believe it or not, it actually works. Once synced, we experienced close to two days of use with the phone on a full charge, before needing to be plugged into the wall outlet.
But above all else, the crowning glory of the Galaxy S7 edge is its new camera sensor. Compared to the Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung has had to shrink down the sensor size from 16MP to 12MP. That 12MP sensor, however, is based on its new DualPixel ISOCELL technology, which statistically lets in 54 percent more light into the sensor whenever you snap a picture with it.
To put it into perspective, due to the sensor's greater sensitivity to light sources, Samsung has touted that the Galaxy S7 edge is more capable of taking better photos in low-light scenarios than any other Android phones on the current market. Samsung's claim was actually true to an extent, and the photos we took during the evening showed remarkable clarity and sharpness in detail (there was still a considerable amount of noise in scenarios where the only light source was from a lone wall lamp). M AY 2 0 1 6 | HWM 101
It may only be 12MP, but Samsung's new ISOCELL sensor is more light sensitive. CONCLUSION