Galaxy S7 Edge – GTA San Andreas Gaming Demo Video

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge comes with a high end processor (Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo, Quad-core 2.3 GHz Cortex-A53 + quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53) and high performance GPU (Adreno 530, Mali-T880 MP12) having 4 Gigs of RAM. Therefore gaming on the device is pretty good. Watch out the video of GTA San Andreas being played on latest Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Smartphone.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 12.1 MP Camera Test & Sample Video

Gsmarena has recently reviewed Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge camera and share beautiful pictures taken from Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Explained how Samsung Galaxy S7 and Edge’s dual pixel technology works with their camera.

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: megapixels aren’t all that matters in a camera. There’s a whole bunch of other factors affecting the quality of the produced image and the camera experience as a whole – sensor, pixel, and aperture size, lens quality, camera speed, to name a few.
The latter is an area where Samsung has made great improvements with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. Indeed, the two new high-ends focus much faster than their predecessors, and at MWC 2016, we had the chance to see it with our own eyes.
While testing the new Samsung Galaxy S7, we took out our trusty Galaxy S6 and did a quick, impromptu comparison to see how much faster the model’s camera was. The difference was clear as day. While the Galaxy S7 shifted the focus almost instantaneously, the Galaxy S6 needed quite a few more moments to do so.
What’s even more impressive is that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is great at focusing even in poor light conditions. To demonstrate this, Samsung had an automated low-light camera setup made for comparing two phones’ cameras side by side.
We did a test between the Galaxy S7 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ from last year, and the results were greatly in favor of the newer model. The S6 edge+ was not only slower, but also unreliable, as it sometimes failed to detect that it was supposed to change the focus.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in focus

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Hands On Video Review of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935F

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a large departure from the S6 Edge, offering a larger 5.5-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED dual-curved display, new hardware including the octa-core Snapdragon 820 processor, and some new software. The Galaxy S7 edge definitely looks like an impressive device. This hands on video has been exclusively made by PhoneDog and featured on Read Detailed Specs of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge here.

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Video: Samsung Galaxy S7 & Edge Waterproof Test

At S7 Fan Club we are committed to deliver latest updates on Samsung Galaxy S7 And Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Smartphones. Today we will show you an amazing video test, which shows that Samsung’s new flagship devices (Galaxy S7 Edge & Galaxy S7) are completely waterproof android smartphones. You can take your Samsung Galaxy S7 or Edge on swimming and can take photos underwater.

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Galaxy Gear 360 Virtual Reality Camera For Galaxy S7 & Edge

Samsung announced a new virtual reality camera called the Samsung Gear 360. It’s a ball-shaped camera that lets anyone easily capture 360-degree photos and videos.


“Gear 360 is designed for travel, festive gatherings and every activity in between to provide an all-encompassing visual experience,” Samsung says. Content can be experienced through Samsung Gear VR, the immersive virtual reality headset that’s powered by Facebook’s Oculus technology.

On each side of the Samsung Gear 360 is a f/2.0 fisheye lens and a 15-megapixel sensor. You can shoot 30-megapixel still photos or high-res 3840×1920 360-degree footage.

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Video: Gaming Features of Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge

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Samsung Galaxy S7: Game Launcher

The first place you’ll get started with games on the Galaxy S7 is the new Game Launcher, which lives in the phone’s app drawer and looks like a normal app folder. Tap it, and you’re greeted by something a little different from the usual folder frame. As well as a list of games installed on the GS7, and a button allowing you to add more, you’re able to toggle a selection of game-specific features.

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