Samsung Wants The Xperia Z5 Camera In The Upcoming Galaxy S7.

It is being reported that Samsung envisages to integrate the Sony's new camera of the Xperia Z5 series in their Galaxy S7.

Rumour has it that Samsung is currently working on a new 20MP ISOCELL sensor for the Galaxy S7, but the company has expressed an interest in Sony's new camera.

Reports suggest that Samsung is in talk to includes Sony's IMX300 sensor of the Xperia Z5 in the Galaxy S7 camera... However, Samsung won't leave out the ISOCELL.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 may include different sensors in different regions and different models... But it's not a done deal yet, as Sony wants to keep that sensor exclusively for its Xperia range.

If rumours are true, Samsung will includes a new RWB colour pattern, which will enable a better low-light shots than the Galaxy S6 can capture. The Galaxy S7 going to be even much bigger than the Galaxy S6 with a 5.7-inch screen.

It is said that the Galaxy S7 may be built of a different type of metal that will make the phone stronger whilst keeping it light and allows the heat out when the processor is working hard. And also the battery won't be removable.

Samsung may adapt a similar feature to the iPhone 6S' 3D Touch technology developed by a company called Synaptics that has a technology called ClearForce and allows for different functionality depending on how hard you're pressing on the screen.

Another rumour suggest that the Galaxy S7 may be coming with a curved screen. The new Samsung Galaxy S7 is rumoured to be announced between January - March 2016.


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