Samsung unveiled its 2016 flagship phones, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The phones feature similar specs, but the Edge has a large display that is curved around the edges (a flexible OLED of course) and a larger battery.

Samsung Galaxy S7 photo

The Galaxy S7 sports a flat 5.1" 2560x1440 (577 PPI) Super AMOLED display, an 12MP camera (with a new high-performance sensor), 4GB of RAM, 32/64 GB of storage, optional dual-IM, NFC and a 3,000 mAh battery. The phone has a metal and glass body and is IP68 water resistance (up to 1.5 meters for 30 min).

The Galaxy S7 Edge sports a curved 5.5" 2560x1440 (535 PPI) flexible Super AMOLED display, and similar specs. The battery offers a larger capacity at 3,600 mAh.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge photo

Samsung did not yet reveal the price or release date of the new phones, but we'll know more soon!



5.1"-534ppi,5.5"-577ppi? Is

5.1"-534ppi,5.5"-577ppi? Is it correct?


Let's hope it doesn't use PWM(Pulse Width Modulation) for brightness control. It causes a lot of people migraines and eye pain(including me). See tftcentral or laptopmedia for details.


Let's hope it doesn't use PWM for brightness as Samsung Galaxy S6 did with a low frequency of 240hz. PWM causes migraines and eye pain to a lot of people(including me).


By the way I own a LG Flex 2 with P-OLED display that doesn't use PWM. I can use it for hours at a time without any issues. Somehow LG manged to create an oled display that doesn't need PWM to overcome burn-in issues. Let's hope it will also use it in future smartphones like the V10 successor.

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Oops, that was obviously a mistake. This is now fixed, thanks!

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