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Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors: the next rival featuring BRITCELL technology

We had come across many Smartphones, which has got a powerful specification to take down competitors. While talking about the specs, the first thing that comes in our mind is chipset. Yes! Chipset or motherboard is the heart of Smartphones. After a successful launch of Note 5, the company rumored upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 featured with 12-megapixel camera. On side, it is said to have a half-inch sensor that help to boost the resolution. The sensor also has a capability to manage low-light shots.

Earlier, some website stated next rival would come out with 20-megapixel ISOCELL sensor similar to Galaxy S5. ISOCELL sensor brought a unique effect on the Samsung Galaxy S5. According to the GSMArena reports, the new camera was trademarked as BRITCELL by Samsung. The company used a dual-photodiode technology and it might be called as BRITCELL.

The new technology will be the next trend in the smartphone world. On the other end, Sony brand was using same technology in camera and now replaced with ExmorR IMX377. The latest one consumes more light while capture. Samsung moves far more than Sony’s technology with BRITCELL.

The South Korean company will launch Samsung Galaxy S7 by February. Some rumor suggests, the device might come with two different processors. The choice is left to the consumer while making an order. Currently, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and Exynos 8820 chipset is listed as latest processor. Mostly, these two could be equipped in Samsung Galaxy S7. On the other end, There are some rumors on Sony Xperia Z5 Plus featuring Snapdragon 820 processor. This could a tough competition between both the devices. We look forward more updates and leaks on Samsung Galaxy S7. Stay connected and share your opinion in the comment section below.

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