Samsung has announced the latest Galaxy S7, and the S7 Edge, and has also announced the Galaxy S8.
This is the same S7 we reviewed back in May, and it’s the same design as last year’s Galaxy S5.
There are a few differences, though, and we’ll touch on those.
The S7 is the first Samsung Galaxy smartphone to feature an 8-megapixel camera, which is a first for the company.
The S7 and S7 edge are both capable of capturing 4K video at 30fps, but there’s a catch: 4K doesn’t actually support HDR10 at 60fps, so if you want to use a 4K HDR-capable display, you’ll need to go up to the highest resolution on your device.
Samsung’s biggest change to the S8, however, is the addition of a new 8MP selfie camera with Samsung’s own Eye Tracking technology.
The camera captures 1080p video at 240fps, and is paired with a 2MP front-facing camera.
The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus feature a new 16MP selfie shooter, and also include Samsung’s Eye Tracking tech, though there’s no HDR10 support.
The Galaxy S10, on the other hand, has a 16MP front camera.
All three Galaxy S phones support 4K recording, but the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S 10, and Galaxy S 11 are only compatible with Samsung Display’s HDR10 format.
The Note 9 is only compatible at 1080p, while the S11 only supports 1440p, 720p, and 480p.
All the phones support the Samsung Eye Tracking software.
Samsung has also added support for Samsung Pay in the Note 9.
The phone will be available from March 24th, but only if you buy a Galaxy S phone from Samsung.
Samsung Pay is compatible with the S9, S10 and S11.
Samsung is also offering its own Gear VR headset in the Galaxy Gear lineup, which works on both Gear VR and Samsung’s Gear VR Pro, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S11 and S13.
Gear VR is compatible at 120fps, while Gear VR Pros support 1080p at 240 fps.
The Gear VR VR Pro has an additional 5GB of storage.
Samsung has also updated its Gear VR app with new features that make it easier to play VR games and experiences.
Samsung Galaxy S 9, S9+, S9+ Plus, and S10 Galaxy S modelsThe Galaxy Note 10, S11, and Note 10 Max are all compatible with Gear VR.
The company says that the Gear VR apps can be used on the Galaxy 10 and Galaxy 10 Max.
The Gear VR games available on the GearVR app include:The GearVR games available in the Samsung App store include:Samsung Galaxy Note 15, Galaxy Note 16, Galaxy Xcover, Galaxy Max, and Gear VR Elite: Gear VR Heroes (and Gear VR: Gear Wars) (all versions) are available on both the Galaxy 9, 10, 10 Plus, S7 line, and its flagship Galaxy S line.