Samsung Galaxy S7 full Specification and Price

 Whats New? Samsung Galaxy S7- Smart Choice, Big Phone
Available on Pre-Orders, Only at Selected Stores.
Samsung updates its flagship with Galaxy S7, a powerful handheld rocking 820 snapdragon processor and 5.7inch screen with improved 4GB RAM. The product was codenamed lucky because of significance of number 7. Samsung Galaxy S7 comes with improved UI with Android Marshmallow OS and supports company’s premium VR gear for ultimate virtual reality experience within reach of your pocket. Samsung’s Galaxy S7 will be packing a fingerprint sensor as its predecessor and will feature a full QHD screen. The phone will be packing a Hexa-core 1.38GHz processor which is developed by Samsung Galaxy S7’s own architectures to provide it with maximum support and enhanced UI tweaks. Front camera is of 20.0 megapixels with auto HDR OIS and face detection is also capable of providing 2160P recording and Galaxy S7 by Samsung features a wide angle 5MP front camera with dual video call feature and video recording upto 1440P. Packed with latest Android OS, all new Samsung S7 is listed among most advanced high end Smartphone’s of the year and packs boosted LTE support coupled with advanced Bluetooth module, embedded NFC and advanced GPS support, Samsung Galaxy’s S7 is set to provide with every inch of connectivity a handheld can offer. Like all other models the phone will be shipped in 32/64/128GB variant with slightly different price tags. Samsung Galaxy S7 will be available in Pakistan in different colors like its older models and features non-removable battery and its 5.1inches screen is bigger than its older models and Galaxy S7’s chipset embeds top of line hardware available in market and although its packed with so many hardware and software tweaks, it feels light and is thinner than its predecessors.
 Dimension 143.4 x 70.8 x 6.9 mm
 Weight N/a
 Battery 3000 mAh
 OS Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)
 Memory 32/64GB built-in, 4GB RAM, MicroSD Card (Support up to 200GB)
 Processor Exynos 8890 Octa, Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820
GOPU: Adreno 530
 Connectivity Bluetooth v4.2 with A2DP, LE, apt-X, USB (microUSB v2.0, USB Host), NFC, WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot), GPRS, EDGE, 3G (HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps), 4G (LTE Cat9 450/50 Mbps)
 Display Size 5.1 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels (~576 ppi pixel density)
Sensors: Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate, SpO2, Fingerprint
 Display Colour Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, Multitouch, Corning Gorilla Glass 5, Always-on display, TouchWiz UI
 Frequency / Band GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
 3G Band HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
 4G Band LTE
 Browser HTML5
 Colors Black, White, Gold, Silver
 Entertainment 3.5mm audio jack, MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+/FLAC player, MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264 player, SNS integration, YouTube, Google Talk, Games (built-in + downloadable)
 Camera 12 MP, f/1.7, phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash, 1/2.6" sensor size, 1.4 ┬Ám pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, Auto HDR, panorama, Video (2160p@30fps, 1080p@60fps, 720p@120fps, HDR, dual-video rec.), 2ndry 5 MP, f/1.7, dual video call, Auto HDR
 Other Features GPS + A-GPS support & GLONASS, Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, Fast battery charging: 83% in 30 min (Quick Charge 3.0), Wireless charging (Qi/PMA) - market dependent, S-Voice natural language commands and dictation, OneDrive (115 GB cloud storage), ANT+ support, Photo/video editor, Document editor, Google Search, Maps, Gmail,input (Swype), YouTube, Calendar, Speakerphone
 Ring Tones Downlaodable, Polyphonic, MP3, WAV
 Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
 Price Price in Rs: 78,999    Price in USD: $758  

How any Facebook users in Pakistan

Pakistani users of the social networking site Facebook crossed 10 million, according to Facebook Ads Manager.
The ads manager cites that the number of Pakistani users on Facebook is between 10.6-11.8 million of which 7.4-8.2 million are men and 3.0-3.4 million are women.
Of these users, 2.3-2.5 million are single and out of this 1.7-1.8 million are men and 0.7-0.78 million are women. There are 1.0-1.2 million who are either married, engaged or in a relationship.
Half of the users are between the ages of 18-24. This indicates that the social networking site is mostly used by youth.
Additionally, 2.9-3.2 million local Facebook users are university graduates, of which 2.1-2.3 million are men and 0.78-0.86 million are women.

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How Many real or fake accounts on Facebook

The number of fake accounts on Facebook is roughly the size of Egypt's population and larger than most of the world's countries, the company disclosed this week.
In a 10-Q filing, Facebook acknowledged that a total of 8.7% — or 83 million — accounts on the network are bogus. Of that 8.7%, 4.8% are duplicate accounts, 2.4% are user-misclassified accounts and 1.5% are "undesirable" accounts, a.k.a. spam.
The figure is a bit higher than the company's previous estimates. In a March filing, Facebook claimed about 5% to 6% of its accounts — or 40.3 million to 50.7 million — were fake. The company also says it bans at least 20,000 accounts daily and estimates about 600,000 accounts per day are compromised.
Taking the latest figures into account, Facebook's latest claim of 955 million active users would be downgraded to 872 million.

iphone 7 release date specs & reviews

According to a leaked Vodafone email the iPhone 6S will be arriving in September, which comes as no surprise at all, given that September is when new models typically launch. However it gets a bit more specific with a date of September 25.
On the other hand an earlier report pegs the iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 as launching in August. Apparently the change (if true) is due to an excessive component yield. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo - who has a track record that's better-than-average but not perfect - thinks an August announcement is likely as well. We're not convinced though.
According to GSM Dome Apple has started ordering camera sensors from Sony for the iPhone 6C, which follows news that Samsung is reportedly already producingthe A9 processor that is expected to be included in the iPhone 6S, so all of the iPhone 6S/7 models could be ahead of schedule.
But while an August launch would be nice September 2015 is still our best guess for the iPhone 6S, as previous models have launched in that same month.

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 design

We may have seen the first photos of the iPhone 6S, or at least of its case, showing a device which looks identical to the iPhone 6, as we'd expect with an S model.
iPhone 6S shell
However while it might have the same dimensions, a patent suggests there's a possibility that it could lose those plastic strips we know and hate. A Liquidmetal body is once again a possibility too, as Apple has extended its exclusivity deal with the maker.
On the other hand we're also hearing rumours the iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 might feature the lightweight and strong Series 7000 aluminium alloy it uses on the Apple Watch Sport. The iPhone 6S could be putting on weight too, as a new reportsuggests it will be 0.2mm thicker and 0.15mm taller than the iPhone 6, which could mean the camera lens will no longer protrude from the back.
It could be getting a new colour scheme as well, as the gold version will apparently be more yellow than it is on the iPhone 6, the space grey version may be getting darker and a rose gold version is said to be on the cards, as well as a pink model.
There are numerous Apple patents in the wild which point to weird and wonderful designs, but haven't yet come to anything, such as more than one for a phone with a curved display, a little like the Galaxy Note Edge. It's possible that we could see that in the iPhone 6S, but we'd be very surprised, as it would be a risky move and Apple has only just redesigned its handsets.

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 screen

The iPhone 6S will probably remain at 4.7 inches, with a 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus option too and possibly even a 4.0-inch iPhone 6C model.
As well as being available in a smaller size, the screen might get tougher, as rumours suggest that Apple has teamed with Foxconn to produce sapphire displays for the iPhone 6S.
Such screens were rumoured for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but production difficulties seemingly got in the way. Hopefully this time we actually will get them as it would bring better scratch protection and higher visibility to the screen.
Sources spoke to Chinese site Feng and revealed the iPhone 6S is set to get a 1080p display whilst the iPhone 6S Plus will jump up to 2K. We don't know much about the site - let's hope Apple has a solution for battery life to tackle the amount of extra juice this is sure to eat up.

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 rivals

As the only flagship iOS device the iPhone 6S will be in the fortunate position of not having any direct rivals. But look towardsAndroid and it could have quite a lot of competition. The HTC One M9 andSamsung Galaxy S6 are high end alternatives and are likely to have dropped in price considerably by the time the iPhone 6S launches.
HTC One M9
Both also sport a premium design, making them every bit as aesthetically pleasing as the iPhone 6. Speaking of the iPhone 6, that too could be a rival, since the iPhone 6S will probably have the same look and may not have many new features.
Then there's the LG G4, which could tempt all but the staunchest of Apple fans and Samsung is bound to have another Note up its sleeve, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 likely to be a serious iPhone 6S Plus rival.

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 camera and battery

Someone who claims to work for Foxconnhas revealed that the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will have 12MP rear cameras and support 4K video, as well as 240fps slow-motion footage. The front-facing cameras will apparently be 5MP and could also benefit from a flash, 1080p video, slow motion video and a panorama mode if hints found in the iOS 9 code are to be believed.
We've heard rumors of that 12MP boost before too and Apple has acquired a company which creates smartphone cameras designed to match DSLR quality, so we could also see a big jump in image quality on the iPhone 6S.
That lines up with earlier reports fromDaring Fireball's John Gruber, who said the iPhone 6S will have "the biggest camera jump ever", featuring a two-lens system which apparently brings it up to DSLR quality. There's even an outside chance that the camera might include a lens swap feature, making it even more like a DSLR, as back in early 2014 an Apple patent for swappable lenses was uncovered.
But don't hold your breath for these features, as the original two-lens rumour has had doubt cast on it by a separate source, claiming that it won't happen as it would apparently require a radical redesign of the chassis - something we're not likely to see until the following year.
The battery may be in for a boost though, as Apple is seemingly going on a hiring spree for battery-related positions.

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 OS and power

Apparently the iPhone 7 could have a new Qualcomm made LTE chip, which would both double its 4G speeds and lead to longer battery life, as the chip is more efficient than the one found in the iPhone 6.
The iPhone 6S will clearly ship with iOS 9and we know all about Apple's upcoming software now too. Expect improvements to Siri and Apple Maps, a new keyboard and battery life extending smarts among other things.
The iPhone 6S will of course come with a new processor, probably dubbed the A9 and we're hearing again that Samsung is in the frame to build the chip, which will apparently be 15% smaller, 20% more powerful and 35% more power efficient than the Apple A8 processor found in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
It will also be better to flick around, thanks to the mooted upgrade in the specs - 2GB of RAM would certainly soup up an already zippy phone and it's an upgrade which has now been rumoured a second time and a third time, so it might well happen. That said, the obvious worry is whether developers hoovering up that extra power will cause Apple to return to its usual battery woes.

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 other features

The iPhone 6S could get three innovative features if rumours are to be believed. First up there's Force Touch. This is something we've seen on the Apple Watchand it allows the display to differentiate between different strength presses, responding in different ways.
According to Bloomberg a Force Touch iPhone 6S is already in production, whilesources speaking to Apple Insider andechoed by The Wall Street Journal andChina Times have previously talked about it, so it seems likely that the likely feature will make it across to the iPhone 6S (or possibly just the iPhone 6S Plus).
Next up we might see Apple ditch the home button, with new technology allowing the Touch ID fingerprint scanner to be integrated into the screen. Then there's the Apple SIM, which first appeared in the iPad Air 2 and allows users to switch network without changing their SIM card. Network freedom would be great, but we're not convinced that carriers will support it.

Apple iPhone 6C

Along with the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus there's talk that we might see an iPhone 6C. This is expected to be a comparatively budget plastic handset, much like the iPhone 5C was.
However the iPhone 6C could prove more popular as it's expected to have a 4.0-inch screen, making it not just cheaper but also smaller than this year's other iPhones.
iPhone 6C leak
We may already have caught a glimpse of the iPhone 6C in red and while its existence still isn't confirmed a number ofrumours have pointed to one, so it's looking likely, though analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is unconvinced.
If the iPhone 6C does exist it's rumoured to have curved screen edges, a little like the iPhone 6, but with a design that has more in common with the iPhone 5S (or the 5C, since it looks to be plastic).
It's unlikely that the iPhone 6C will share many specs with the iPhone 6S and indeed a report from DigiTimes suggests it will ship with an A8 processor (as found in the iPhone 6) and will also include Touch ID and NFC (for Apple Pay).

Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 cost

There aren't yet any rumours associated with the cost of the iPhone 6S, but we can take an educated guess that it won't start at less than £539 / $649 / AU$999, since that's what you're looking at for an iPhone 6.
The only possible exception to that is the iPhone 6C, which likely will be a little cheaper if it exists. If anything though the iPhone 6S might be even more expensive, since it's likely to be jam-packed with high-end tech.
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