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Amazing New Galaxy S7 Wireless Charging

Amazing New Galaxy S7 Wireless Charging

Every phone vendor has to submit before its products can sell in the US, points to a 3,600mAh battery for the S7 Edge, which is expected to have a 5.5-inch screen. In contrast, last year's smaller S6 Edge sported a 2,600mAh battery to power the 5.1-inch screen.

Samsung’s next flagship is just around the corner. The company has an event scheduled for February 21 where it’s going to unveil the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge. Renders of this device were leaked online recently and we’ve already exclusively confirmed the specifications of the next flagship. According to a new report the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge will cost Euro 700 and Euro 800 respectively, that’s the same price that we exclusively confirmed about a month ago.

Galaxy S7 Fast wireless charging

The report claims that Samsung is going to offer the Exynos-powered Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge for Euro 700 and 800 respectively and that it’s only going to offer the 32GB model for both variants since the microSD slot is returning and will easily allow users to expand storage. We believe that 64GB models will be offered as well and they should be priced Euro 70-80 higher than the 32GB models. Samsung will confirm the Galaxy S7 release date at its event later this month but it’s expected that it will release the handsets in several markets including the United States and the United Kingdom on March 11. Pre-orders for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge might go live on February 21st.

Once the cream of the phone crop, Samsung is hoping for a hit with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Although the Galaxy S6 Edge was generally well received for its curved metal and glass design, Samsung has lost ground in the global arms race. Buyers are gravitating to more budgeted devices, and brands like Huawei, ZTE, and Xiaomi are benefitting from the shift.
battery capacity doesn't always translate to longer battery life: the efficiency of the processor makes a huge difference in how long the battery lasts between a charge. It's also tough to forecast what sort of additional impact Android 6.0's Doze feature, which hibernated phone processes when the phone has been idle for hours, will have on the S7 Edge's battery life.

Either way, we're only a few weeks away from the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge's launch. In the meantime, check out our running list of anticipated features in the year's first flagship phones.

Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S7 at its Unpacked event on February 21 in Barcelona, Spain.
Galaxy S7 Wireless Charging
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Galaxy S7 Wireless Charging 

Galaxy S7 Wireless Charging has a built-in wireless charging coil. You can charge the battery using a wireless charger (sold separately).

Galaxy S7 Fast wireless charging

You can charge your device faster using the fast wireless charging feature. To use this feature,
you must use a charger and components that support the fast wireless charging feature.
A fan inside the charger may produce noise during fast wireless charging. To reduce
the fan noise, you must deactivate the Fast wireless charging feature. The on/off
option will be added in your device’s settings menu when you first place it on the
charger.
On the Home screen Galaxy S7 Setting , tap
Apps → Settings → Accessories, and then tap the

Galaxy S7 Fast wireless charging

switch to deactivate it. Deactivating this feature will reduce
noise, but may result in slower charging times. Get Free gear VR
Amazing New Galaxy Note 7 and S7 Wireless Charging  the battery
1 Place the centre of the device’s back on the centre of the wireless charger.
You can check the remaining charging time on the screen. The actual remaining time may vary depending on the charging conditions.
2 After fully charging, disconnect the device from the wireless charger.
• When there are foreign materials between the device and the wireless charger, the device may not charge properly. Samsung Galaxy S7 S7 Wireless Charging

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• If you use the wireless charger in areas with weak network signals, you may lose network reception.
• Use Samsung-approved wireless chargers. If you use other wireless chargers, the battery may not charge properly.


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