I Believe That Samsung Is Losing Its Users...Since,,,They Started Making Without SD Cards' Slot On New Models Of It...I Was Once A Great User Of It(Samsung Models...) But Then,,,I'm Faded Up Of No SD Cards' Slot/External Storage...!!
The iris sensor is a fantastic feature, it really is a very good USP. However i am not too impressed by the design of the handset.
AnonD-479203, 19 Feb 2016Iris Scanner...for unlock phone...how to unlock at night... o-oAt night you must put away phone and sleep. This phone is best for school kids.
good luck to s7. so far the news seem great. Waterproofing and msd card slots are maybe back, hopefully. If only it had stereo speakers too. Because it doesn't im looking elsewhere.
AnonD-479203, 19 Feb 2016Iris Scanner...for unlock phone...how to unlock at night... o-oPretty easy. :) There is built-in infrared illumination in the scanner which will light the eye enough for the sensor to scan. We just can't see this light because it is not perceivable by our eyesight. :)
Anonymous, 18 Feb 201612mp camera... that is like 4 years old... 20mp sounds accurate... Megapixels doesn't matter. Take into account that the sensor is pretty small, so higher resolution doesn't automatically mean better image quality, BUT bigger pixel size means better image quality under low light conditions. That's what Samsung is chasing with the upcoming model.
The average user (like you) will take photos and look at them (in the best scenario at 2 MP screen or slightly bigger - 1440p). Also I am pretty sure you won't even bother to print so please don't make dumb conclusions. :)
P.S. If you're that obsessed by the pixel count - buy a Canon 5DS instead - it has 50MPx... plenty! :)
Anonymous, 18 Feb 201612mp camera... that is like 4 years old... 20mp sounds accurate... Actually, there is a movement to a slightly lower MP, but better sensors for low light pictures and such. So 20MP is probably not accurate. I have read on many other sites that it will be a 12MP camera. Google Nexus phones did a similar move