Samsung Galaxy View Review: The Tablet That Wants to Be a TV

8 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Samsung Galaxy S7 rumours: Snapdragon 820 processor, price and other specs.

Here’s some good news for folks whose wanderings frequently lead them astray from strong cellular signals: Wi-Fi calling is finally coming to the Verizon network this week, albeit slowly.It was just recently that we heard about the Samsung Galaxy S7’s chipset and how it shattered AnTuTu benchmarks keeping the current competition in mind. Starting December 8, Verizon customers will be eligible for Wi-Fi calls if they have a Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge and use the carrier’s Advanced Calling HD voice and video calling service.

Reports claim that Samsung Galaxy S7 will be 10 per cent cheaper than its predecessor the Galaxy S6, although there’s no saying how Samsung will eventually price the smartphones. According to a report from the Times of India, China-based analyst Pan Jiutang states that Samsung will also play with pricing for its Galaxy S7 flagship. This alone could give Samsung a much needed boost and head-start as pricing from other international smartphone brands like HTC and Sony are pretty high. In fact, Samsung recently gave its Galaxy S6 series a price cut and this comes all thanks to the Chinese invasion (Motorola included) that seems to have lowered the pricing bar and offering what appears to be, value for money products.

Cooling tech: Another report on Taiwan’s Economic Daily News claims that Samsung plans to tackle the heating issues in the Snapdragon 820 processor by adding next generation heating pipes in its phones. This was surprising, since both the smartphones packed in refreshing new designs (and not to mention, fast Exynos chipsets)with Samsung focussing on metal and glass for its flagship’s construction. But because smartphones have already been commoditized, you don’t need to spend more on a surface overhaul,” a source is quoted by newspaper as saying.

In comparison, the closest that this year’s flagships have managed to pull off in the same tests were around the 80,000 mark (Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin 950).

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