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Samsung Galaxy S7 to feature pressure-sensitive display

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone – which has already been the subject of several leaks and rumors until now – will feature a pressure-sensitive display similar to that offered by Apple’s newest iPhones, according to a new Wall Street Journal report.

WSJ:Samsung Galaxy S7 to feature pressure-sensitive display

While we already know that device will come in as many as 4 variants, the report notes some of the variants could feature a retina scanner, and the non-curved variants will likely also have expandable storage. The flagship will also come with a USB Type-C port and an improved camera optimized for low-light photography.

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It’s worth mentioning that some of thesefeatures have been rumored earlier, too.

Overall, the report says the design of the Galaxy S7 flagship will be similar to the Galaxy S6, except for the rear camera unit, which won’t be bulging out this time, although the recently leaked renders suggest otherwise. They also show no USB Type-C port or expandable storage, so take this report with plenty of scepticism.

As for the availability, while the announcement is expected on the sidelines of MWC in February, the US launch is said to be in mid-March.

Source: gsmarena.com

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20 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S7 to feature pressure-sensitive display

  1. aussiehk, 6 hours agoThat’s not the point.

    Why is it that Samsung ALWAYS follow Apple in everything in the very… moreWhat’s embarrassing is that you don’t even recognise that the features of 3d touch were taken straight from air view.

    The market was moving towards the other things anyway, hence why patents for such things already existed, and why Apple was able to just buy it off a shelf and put it in. Funny how people like you always ignore all the things that Apple copied.

  2. Who cares. Bring back IR blaster, removable battery and MicroSd support. Also add IP68 certification.

  3. Grey1213, 4 hours agoWhat’s embarrassing is that you don’t even recognise that the features of 3d touch were taken … moreWahahaha coming from airview you said? Hahaha Define airview and 3d touch… Maybe you don’t know the differences kindly search it in the net…hahaha

  4. aussiehk, 6 hours agoThat’s not the point.

    Why is it that Samsung ALWAYS follow Apple in everything in the very… moreS@msung might just be trolling Appl3… Just maybe…

  5. aussiehk, 6 hours agoThat’s not the point.

    Why is it that Samsung ALWAYS follow Apple in everything in the very… moreYou mean like Apple copying Samsung by playing and recording HD video?
    Or copying the design of Galaxy devices

  6. Anonymous, 11 hours agoCopy. Copy. Copy.Yeah, yes, yep. The non-brainy Apple copied the brainiest Samsung’s ‘Air View’ renamed as 3D Touch and put on their new phones to satisfy the iphools. Samsung is bringing it back to prove that it was originally their idea.

  7. Ch.Abdullah Tariq, 15 hours agoI just want to say
    HahahahahahahahahahahahaH! samsung should be called Sammy,The Copy Cat! :DAppy, The coy cat.

  8. Anonymous, 3 hours agocopy cultureIf everyone’s copying good tech anyway, I don’t see any problem.

  9. Apple copying HTC with the design, apple copying force touch from Huawei what’s your point , apple copying from Android hats your point ?

  10. Grey1213, 4 hours agoWhat’s embarrassing is that you don’t even recognise that the features of 3d touch were taken … moreAgain, that wasn’t my point at all. It doesn’t matter who had the technology FIRST. It matters who made it successful first, which is Apple with most things.

    I think my list of items is pretty self explanatory and can’t be refuted.

  11. Z3 compact user, 18 hours agoWhat’s all these crying about copying?

    When a company sees that a design or feature is attr… moreI just quoted a statement, didn’t engage in fight :)
    But seems like you are offended somehow 😉

  12. aussiehk, 2 hours agoAgain, that wasn’t my point at all. It doesn’t matter who had the technology FIRST. It matters… moreDoing first in invention, getting it right OR Do both is innovation :)
    Hence, Apple rules XD

  13. Sebastiao, 5 hours agoApple copies Samsung too. Else the iPhone Plus would never exist.

    Everyone copies the succe… moreOhh so increasing screen size is copying!? LOL

  14. TreyBlogHD, 9 hours agoalways 4 years behind. Big screens, NFC, customisable keyboards, better app integration. OUCHUse of NFC? All these years, keep bragging about features which are merely used.
    Apple gives reason to use features, when they introduced NFC because one can make payment with that feature not just to show off/brag 😛

  15. Guys what Apple fanboys said… Let them be…. Let them continue to blahblahblah… Haha #phonewars

  16. Grey1213, 17 hours agoIt is a gimmick. All they managed to do with it is copy air view, and most of the functionalit… morei’m so sorry for ur stupidity..can u differentiate between a ‘hover’ and a ‘force’ ? hover was a gimmick thats why stupid samesung disable it on their next phones.. apple wouldnt wants to copy that.. 😛 try harder

  17. Anonymous, 3 hours agoYou mean like Apple copying Samsung by playing and recording HD video?
    Or copying the design … moreNeither of your points make any sense.

  18. dr.samsung, 2 hours agoApple copying HTC with the design, apple copying force touch from Huawei what’s your point , … moreThe fact that Samsung has to have whatever it is Apple has. Always. We predicted at the launch of the 6S that the S7 would have a force-touch equivalent. It’s just so Samsung. And then the rest will follow…

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