Over the years, the battery life of the latest and greatest Samsung handsets have been somewhat respectable, but consumers are looking for something that is considered above average. Considering the facts of life right in the palm of our hands, the importance of one of the most underappreciated aspects of any smartphone is always worth considering. With the Galaxy S7 launching right around the corner, we have the very latest on what to expect of the GS7 battery.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 battery life will definitely be improved from the Galaxy S6 and this will be down to a few improvements made across the board. In this article we’ll be talking about the different areas that the smartphone will see improvement in which will in turn help improve the battery life.
Galaxy S7 Battery Vs Galaxy S6
It’s extremely likely that the Galaxy S7 battery life will be improved upon when compared to the Galaxy S6. The first and most obvious reason for improved battery life is that the battery capacity in the S7 is expected to be larger than the Galaxy S6 battery capacity. This should mean that the battery has more power in it before any other improvements are even talked about.
On top of the battery capacity increase, the GS7 will most definitely have more optimized hardware. The processor and the GPU in the Galaxy S7 will be improved and optimized to ensure that less battery life is used for basic tasks as well as more demanding tasks.
It’s not just hardware improvements that can increase battery life. In fact, sometimes software improvements can help increase the battery life of a device significantly. In the case of the Samsung Galaxy S7 battery life, hopefully we’ll see improvements in TouchWiz and Google’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS which should help improve the way the operating system deals with battery. More optimizations could help intensive tasks drain less battery and on the other end of things could help reduce battery loss whilst the Galaxy S7 is idle.
Because of the unibody design the Galaxy S7 unfortunately cannot have a removable battery. Fortunately the battery life in the S7 should be more than enough for one day’s worth of average usage and the charging time will be quick enough that you’ll be able to regain large portions of battery for the day with small fifteen minute charges here and there.