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Experience The New With Samsung Galaxy S7

Experience The New With Samsung Galaxy S7

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World, which we know is all about technology. When we talk about technology, the first things that come to our mind are Smartphones and tablet computers. Well, we have a lot of good smartphone companies around us but the one that have always set their standards apart is SAMSUNG. Gone are the days when Samsung’s Smartphones were inspired by Steven Hawking, great but do nothing. Now they have grown, and by that we mean matured.

We all remember the mighty GALAXY S2, whose likes are still present on the planet. Then they revealed the S3, which was so good, that even after 4 years of its debut, people are still buying that beauty. Their next device was bigger, but it failed the company’s hopes drastically as it was a total failure.

But at the same time, company was still in good business with their other models, like NOTE SERIES, GRAND SERIES, etc. But, they knew what should be their next device as they learned from their failure. And this brought the S5 into the market, which was a brilliant all rounder.

The S6 was launched in this year by the company, which was for the first time launched in two variants, S6 and S6 EDGE. The S6 is as brilliant as your normal desktop computer, but the S6 EDGE is something more to it, the future. Enough for the history, as of now the biggest Smartphone manufacturer on earth is planning to launch something really amazing in the next year. Yes, you guessed it right, the Samsung Galaxy S7.

Features of the Device-Galaxy S7

Samsung really has high hopes from their next flagship model, and that is why, the company has patented all its chips, of which LDDR4 chips which are really tiny. These chips will be developed as the 6GB RAM module, which means, poweerrrrrr. This will allow you to operate 6 instruction  taking processor, instead of the 3-instruction 64 bit processor, which is yet to be revealed in the S6. News is that the Smartphone giant may use flexi-display in the S7, but if not, a 4K will be the next thing that Samsung will launched it with. Performance and the octa-core snapdragon processor goes the same way and that is why, Samsung is going to marry this beauty with the OCTA-CORE SNAPDRAGON PROCESSOR 3 GHZ or the processor from the Iphone, exynos 16 core big.LITTLE. If you are all about photography, then this might be a perfect device for you because of its 20 MP camera, which can be used as the rear as well as the front camera, by rotating it. The S5 and S6 series already has a touch id security lock, Samsung has also upgraded it and also fitted a retina scanner which will also require the scan even when purchasing from Google play store. If this will make you think that battery might not be able to handle this much stuff, then guys, come on, it’s a Smartphone and it can give you a 50 percent charge in just 15-20 minutes through its fast charging technology the same as expected on Lg g5.

That is all for now, because the company has its mouth sealed because the device will be launched in 2016 but looking at what we have got makes it difficult to wait to get hands on the S7.

10% of the Americans use their smartphones for internet

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When talking of about the growth of broadband internet, two stages are considered. First came the dial-up which was then followed by the broadband and the internet boomed. The number of Americans having one technology or the other has been fluctuating more or less as expected along the way. As more people signed up for the broadband internet, fewer people were left using the dial-up, which led to a situation known as the “digital divide” between the elderly, rural poor people and the rich, urban class.

However, this story of the rise of broadband tends to ignore a very important part of the United States internet market. It emerges that in America, there exists another group of people who are undeserved internet users. These are the people who have access to broadband internet but only through the use of their smartphones and not through the conventional wire line services like fibre, DSL or cable.

smartphones internetAccording to new data that was released by the Pew Research Centre, the number of Americans who access broadband internet from their mobile devices only has reached 10%. The majority of people in this class are the young who have never attended college and they earn an income of less than $30,000 annually. For many people, when you are out and about, it is very easy to imagine that the smartphones are just accessories or an addition to you Wi-Fi services at home but for tens of millions of United States citizens, the smartphone is their sole internet sustenance, specifically because the phones are by far much more flexible than the convectional internet connection that is fixed. However, as many people who have used smartphones know, web sites that are mobile optimized are not precisely the best ones when it comes to the functionality. In case you need to perform detail oriented tasks, for instance editing documents or filling forms, the ideal machine will be a full-size PC. Also as more commercial and government services are shifted online, being unable to access wire line broadband internet could become a problem.

The rise of internet users who access broadband internet through their mobile devices only may become another weapon in the larger debate on the question of if the era of the PC is coming to an end. Many of the smartphones being manufactured now have features that allow one to transmit the 3G or 4G internet connection as a Wi-Fi hotspot. This means that as the mobile data services become more efficient, tethering your smartphone to your computer might become a bona fide alternative to purchasing the conventional subscription from the ISPs. Some regions have already shown that they are perfectly okay with the idea of getting internet access through the smartphones. In accordance with the International Telecommunication Union, only 7% of the African households have fixed broadband internet and yet the broadband penetration for mobile stands at 11%, reflecting an 82% annual compound growth rate in the last three years. This means that Africa seems to be jumping the traditional wired internet in the west and going straight to the next internet technology.