Samsung Galaxy S7 will use ClearForce technology, the Synaptics touchpad manufacturer has launched ClearPad 3700 pressure sensitive touch screen controller, According to leaked information, Samsung is expected to team-up with Synaptics, so this means that the Samsung Galaxy S7 next year could take advantage of this new technology.
Samsung’s rival Apple introduced the 3D Touch technology in iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, Currently, Huawei is the first company to announce using pressure touch technology with Android smart phone, it has launched with Huawei Mate S. On the iPhone 6S The basic 3D touch includes Quick Actions that hold shortcuts for quick access to frequently used actions, as well as Peek and Pop, a preview function within apps. Also in iOS games, 3D Touch is used. ZTE has already introduced equipment with a Force-touch display. ZTE announced the launch in the coming months.
Also Synaptics ClearForce technology allows you to different pressure levels with new operating options. Variable speed when scrolling, zoom on images, a preview and selection function, context menus or control touch in games. In addition to Clear Force-touch, can be used when writing or image processing to unlock the screen and wake up with a simple tap gesture.
Galaxy S7 Edge might come in two display variants — 5.2-inch and 5.8-inch, About the rest of the hardware equipment of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is also speculated. According to SamMobile Samsung is planning to launch three different versions with different processors Recently, there are rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be available in three versions, two of which are flagship version, the other one for Indian market. Samsung could be equipping the device with Exynos 7422 platform processor, which is used in Galaxy Note 5 platforms. Ultimate Edition version and for the Europe, Korea, and Japan : Samsung will use next generation Exynos 8990 (or M1 for Mongoose) chipset. And for China and the United States version Samsung will use Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, But we have already seen the overheating problems on Snapdragon 820. According to leaked sources from Samsung’s new Exynos M1 processor offers 50 % better performance in single-core and 40 % in multi-core applications over its current chips. Competition in the pressure-sensitive display field is only going to grow up.