There have been plenty regarding the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Korean giant’s soon to be newest flagship smartphone. It looks like the company is conjuring another all-out masterpiece spliced with high end design and leading specs, the Galaxy S7 may also be at the higher limits of battery life expectations amongst its rivals.
Eldar Murtazin, a solid source who typically nails rumors accurately, suggests that the Galaxy S7 will be offering 17 hours of video playback, or at least that is the number Samsung will be touting when it outs the S7. The device will comes with a 3000mAh juicer, which is bigger than the 2,550mAh pack found in the Galaxy S6, so is that the reason for the improved playback.
Partly at least, and this is surely an attainable number too considering Samsung’s current flagship leader, the Galaxy Note 5, offers 15 hours of video playback. Of course, Samsung’s stated playback length will be under the conditions it tests in, your experience of the Galaxy S7 battery could be different. We will wait and see.