Galaxy S7 Rumors Targeted iPhone 6s

There are still months to the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S7, probably coming in the first months of 2016, but that hasn’t stopped the rumors from popping up at an accelerating rate. We’ve already heard a lot about the 2016 Galaxy S7, but new reports this week suggest that Samsung is already working on something for the iPhone 6s and its new 3D Touchscreen.

Last month, Apple announced the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Two smartphones that look the same as last year’s model but have received major revisions in terms of specs. Everything from the new 12 megapixel camera, more powerful processor and something called 3D Touch.

With the iPhone 6s, Apple “reinvented” multi-touch by adding 3D Touch to their phones. The screen can sense the pressure difference, allowing for previews before opening apps and a deeper finger (hard 3D prints) for quick opening apps, quick camera launch and other fancy features. This is one of the highlights of the iPhone 6s, but Apple may not stay in this exclusive club for long.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is a little over six months old, but it’s clear that another model is already under construction. In fact, early Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors started popping up before the new iPhone 6s was announced, after which we even got a potential release date a few weeks ago.

By now we’ve already heard a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S7. Everything from another dual-device launch with a 5.1-inch phone and a larger Galaxy S7 Edge with a 5.8-inch curved screen and much more.

However, as we all expected, where Samsung really needed to step up was in the touchscreen division to continue its long-running fight with Apple. Most analysts and enthusiasts knew these rumors would surface, and now they are already here.

A detailed rumor A reliable source on Weibo claims it’s one of many companies working on something similar to Apple’s 3D Touch, though it’s called Samsung’s ClearForce. It works basically the same as the iPhone 6s, noticing the pressure against the screen on our smartphones. This allows light taps for certain things and deeper presses to instantly launch apps, previews instead of opening apps or emails to save time, instant swiping, and much more. Here’s a brief preview of a few features Synaptics is working on for ClearForce and Samsung devices.

Samsung already does most of this with all its features like the S-Pen stylus and Airview, but it will most likely launch with the new Galaxy S7, which offers some sort of S-Touch or S-Force feature, some similar functionality and advanced features. Controls like iPhone 6s.

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Many have called Apple’s new 3D Touch feature a gimmick, but countless reviews on the web seem to suggest otherwise. However, it’s worth noting that unlike multitouch and other patents that Apple has sued Samsung for, the company does not own the rights or technology to 3D Touch. This is another reason why we expect it to arrive with the Galaxy S7 in early 2016.


All that aside, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is shaping up to be another excellent smartphone. According to recent reports, Samsung plans to launch it months ahead of previous years, similar to the Galaxy Note 5 launching in August instead of October.

We hear that Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 will be announced and launched in February 2016 and will come with some new features. Some reports suggest it will come in two sizes, one being the regular Galaxy S7 and the other being a 5.8-inch phone made possible by a curved screen similar to the Galaxy S6 Edge+. Further details show an improved 8-core processor with 4-6GB of RAM, a new 20-megapixel camera, a better fingerprint scanner, Quick Charge 3.0 technology to recharge up to 85% in 35 minutes, and much more. .

For now, it’s too early to remotely predict what’s to come with the Galaxy S7. owned by SamMobile reported It’s working or at least testing on three different versions, but we still have a long way to go until it’s out in February 2016 with many changes likely to happen from now on. Expect more and more Galaxy S7 rumors to surface as the holiday season approaches and 2016 approaches.