Samsung made a record announcement in the history of smartphone with its massive Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Finally there are significant changes in the new phone as compare to the previous Galaxy S5 but still the design is not much changed if we ignore the metal. From the front of the new device you can easily recognize that it belongs to Samsung, but the next Galaxy S7 could be launched with perfect design.

In the Samsung Galaxy S5, we saw the first time the display of 5.2 inches. The increased screen size while maintaining the same resolution is a slight decrease in the density of pixels at 432 dpi. In any case the density is so high that individual pixels are completely indistinguishable. But now the 2K resolution of Galaxy S6 is unbeatable and now 4K-resolution display possibility from the Samsung Galaxy S7 could be true.

Since the human eye untrained apparently not able to distinguish above 287 dpi, any resolution that provides pixel densities well above 300 dpi is more of a publicity stunt than a feature to value. By the time the latest releases from Samsung, Sony, LG and HTC still maintaining 1080p resolution, although there are rumors of improved versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC One M10 that could lead more than QHD.

Samsung Galaxy S7: After The Launch Of S6

In our opinion the Super AMOLED panel Samsung Galaxy S5 looks great, and there is also report from Display Mate, which places it as the best phone screen time. And now it would be done with the Samsung Galaxy S6, may be the 4K-resolution display would be above all in the Samsung Galaxy S7.

The high pixel density makes the screen possesses a sharp, where individual pixels are not seen, and the reproduction of colors is equally excellent. The viewing angles are very wide and the display can be seen clearly from very extreme angles without traces of blue dye as reflected in previous models. The screen brightness is too high and can be used without problems in broad daylight. How could it be otherwise when being AMOLED screen, blacks are really black in the Galaxy S5. Although at first glance it is hard to tell the difference from an LCD screen as the HTC One M8, in a dark room obvious. The Galaxy S5 has a screen mode called Adapt Display which is enabled by default and automatically optimizes sharpness, saturation and display range for certain applications such as Gallery, Camera, Internet, Video, etc. Finally, the display also supports trigger an enhanced tactile sensitivity mode that lets you use the device with gloves, which can be useful in winter.

And now the Samsung S7 rumored with the Snapdragon 820 octa-core processor, however, in the S6 Samsung avoided to use the snapdragon processor due the heating issue, may be it would be improved till the 2016.