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After a number of marketing stunts and countless spendings on campaigns on the ground work for Galaxy S7 launch, Samsung pathetically failed to bring any charm to the market. The so-called “All New” S7 has nothing new or exciting for the customers, nor it has brought new looks even. It seems that Samsung has turned to a too big technology manufacturer to have a new idea and innovative approach in its products. Simply, why should one buy Samsung Galaxy S7 when one already has an even better options, like Huawei Mate 8.
Huawei Mate 8 is a true flagship smart device that has an ultimate ‘loveable’ (or should we say desirable) features in it. In the first place, Huawei Mate 8 has a complete new look, making it distinct from other smart phone models of Huawei. However, Samsung Galaxy S7, in first, leaves you confused if it is a new model or it is Galaxy S6. This is true, to an extent, that may be the S7 user has to tell everyone that it is Galaxy S7, in fact. On the contrary, Huawei‘s Mate 8 is a sleeker, more charming and bezel less design that not only implies a new handset beauty, but it is actually different to be noticed by the people.
When it comes to a perfect display, Huawei Mate 8 again beats the Galaxy S7. The Samsung Galaxy S7 has only 5.1 inches large display screen that is too small as compared to the 6 inches larger screen of Huawei Mate 8. Moreover, Mate 8 offers the best combinations of a Full HD display with 367 pixels per inch. Samsung fails to identify the display qualities as well, and it offers the customers with Quad HD display with a larger 577 ppi. It may sound like “ok”, as if Samsung is offering 577 ppi with Quad HD, but, in fact, it is not “OK” for the technology lovers. The human eye is not able to recognize above 300 ppi rather it feels better experience of 577 ppi in Samsung S7 model. This makes Samsung S7 a strange product to not serve the Human customers, at least.
Samsung not even valued the stronger battery needs of the customers, especially in Pakistan where power issues make large capacity battery a necessity. S7 has a 3000 mAh while Huawei Mate 8 offers a stronger battery with 4000 mAh. Huawei Mate 8 also supports the feature of ultra speed charging and it serves the purpose of longer hour battery. Furthermore, Huawei Mate 8 has Kirin chipset that is smart enough to run with optimum power consumption and produces best results with efficiency. While the chipset of S7 uses extra battery and ultimately make the battery to drain earlier. Overall, S7 users must carry an external battery source with them to keep S7 alive. Simply, what to do with a smart phone when you have unsatisfactory battery performance/capacity.
Huawei Mate 8 has 13 MP rear camera with unmatched features and applications for professional photography. Samsung S7, however, offers only a
12 MP camera and one can easily assume where it is going for Samsung S7 with low camera specs. Similar efficiency issues are with the fingerprint scanner as well. Galaxy S7 has a poor and actually old scanner, that again nullifies the claim of all new smart phone. In the market, Huawei Mate8 is the best smart phone with an ultra modern features and ultimate technology. The fingerprint scanner of Huawei Mate 8 is way better and highly efficient, indeed, and it has satisfied the customers best.
Taking a few steps more, Huawei Mate 8 is a multipurpose smart phone with best quality of roaming as well, making it the only best choice for the business purposes and when it comes to S7 kind of smart phone, Huawei Mate 8 has on the top indeed.
Although, S7 is offering 32GB and 64 GB memory with an external memory card slot with a lower capacity as compared to Huawei Mate 8 but clearly something went wrong with Galaxy S7 to be all “new” smartphone. It is strongly expected that Samsung Galaxy S7 is going to experience worst market response with such a low quality features. In fact, Samsung authorities were right on the tough smart phone market predictions, but they have failed to recognize that they are outdated in the approach of manufacturing a better smart phone model.