Samsung Galaxy S7 To Come With A Battery Time Up To 2 Days

Posted: Feb 5 2016, 10:22pm CST | by , in Rumors | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy S7 To Come With A Battery Time Up To 2 Days

Samsung Galaxy S7 is just weeks away. February 21 has been finalized as the reveal date and the fans are impatiently waiting for the launch.

This is the reason rumors, leaks, renders and speculations are unstoppable now.

Samsung, itself, is working hard to make the device, Smartphone of the year.

We all know that, apart from improving the performance the company will be improving the battery life as well. Now we know how massive the battery is going to be. As per the latest news, Samsung Galaxy S7 survived 17 hours of video playback at full brightness.

Yes, you have heard it right! That massive! A new pair of leaked screenshots has demonstrated a dual-SIM version of the Samsung Galaxy S7.

The image shows that the device bore up to two days of uptime on a single charge. The news came through Eldar Murtazin.

He has previously leaked a lot about Galaxy S7. He also revealed that the battery time was achieved with an average mobile usage along with display brightness at 75% and LTE on.

However, the major point is that we cannot expect such a massive change from the company. But, as per the different improved features of Samsung Galaxy S7 we can somewhat expect a big battery too.

As for the features, we have heard that there would be 3,000mAh on the S7 and 3,600mAh on the S7 edge.

Android Marshmallow is also expected to be a part of the upcoming duo.

Moreover, Samsung’s recent Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 820 chipsets will also be included.

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