In this article we will be discussing potential new features on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge including the best and worst in what’s expected. We have based the information in this article on rumors and estimates we’ve made by judging what should be improved on the original S6 Edge. None of this information has been confirmed by Samsung, but it could eventually be quite close to the truth.
New Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Features
The ‘Edge’ feature of the S6 was a brand new venture for Samsung, but it’s taken a lot of time for Samsung to develop. It’s very unlikely that Samsung would drop the Edge feature in 2016, and as a result, Samsung will most likely work on incorporating new features on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge that make the most out of the curved display. We may see more apps supported on the Edge panel, as well as other exclusive TouchWiz features.
Better Build Quality
Getting a new design idea right the first time can be quite difficult. Whilst the Galaxy S6 Edge was very durable, it was a little less comfy than the standard Galaxy S6. Hopefully we’ll see a better build quality on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge so that the device will feel more comfortable to hold and operate.
More Powerful Hardware
This is pretty much guaranteed to happen to the S7 Edge, but a new CPU, GPU, more RAM, better battery life and a better camera may be included. We may also see an upgrade to the display quality of the Edge, but Samsung may opt to choose the same panel that was used on the S6 Edge.
So far we do not know what hardware will be included in the S7 Edge, but a new processor will help the device to be blazingly fast. Android 6.0’s new battery saving features, alongside a larger battery capacity will help the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to last much longer too. More RAM will allow users to switch between multiple apps quicker, and the camera improvements will definitely be noticeable.
The official details on the new features of both the GS7 and GS7 Edge is likely to be revealed at the 2017 CES event in Las Vegas just before the official launch worldwide.