Nov 14, 2016 11:45 PM EST
Sony Xperia XZ & Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Comparison Review; Google Daydream Running On S7 Detailed! [VIDEO]
With the market getting saturated with high-end phones from left to right, product reviews and phone comparisons around the web have helped numerous consumers out there. As such, tech-consumers can take a look at comparison review pitting against the Sony Xperia XZ and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge together. Moreover, fans of Samsung products can be delighted to hear that recent reports have shown the Google Daydream running on its S7 flagship phone.
To kick things off, products reviews have noted the common things found in both the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the recent Sony Xperia XZ. It was pointed out that both the US version of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Sony Xperia XZ utilizes the 64-bit Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor with dual cores clocked at 1.6GHz and dual-quad cores at 2.15GHz speed, Android Headlines reported.
Both Android phones have the Adreno 530 gpu under its hood, and have the 32GB/64GB internal storage variants. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Sony Xperia XZ are both IP68 certified water and dust resistance, and have non-removable batteries with the Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 feature.
As for the key differences, Android Headlines went on to distinguish the two by noting that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is priced at 645 US dollars, while the Sony Xperia XZ costs 699 US dollars. Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has more RAM and battery capacity than the Sony Xperia XZ (that has a starking difference of at least 10 hours of talk time). However, Sony's Xperia XZ flagship phone features the better camera that boasts a whopping 13 and 23 megapixel front and rear camera, respectively.
In the end, Android Headlines gave a verdict that had the Samsung Galaxy S7 winning over the Sony Xperia XZ. For the price of around 50 US dollars less and the raw power it gives, the source mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is worth every buck.
In other news, reports have indicated that the Google Daydream was seen running on the Samsung Galaxy S7, Phone Arena learned. It was mentioned that a YouTube video was uploaded recently that showcased the Samsung Galaxy S7 running Google's Daydream virtual application effectively, despite the fact that the phone's specs are not technically "ready" for the VR platform.
With all these said, it seems that consumers these days can keep a keen eye on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the latest smartphones leading the market.
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