Galaxy S7 features that even iPhone users might love

Samsung's newest smartphones have an improved camera, an always-on display, and an expansion slot. But is that enough for iPhone users to make the switch?

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The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the best shot Samsung has ever had at winning over die-hard iPhone users. But it might still not be enough, especially considering we might see some similar features on the forthcoming iPhone 7.

In this episode of The iPhone Show, we give a well-deserved shoutout to Samsung for incorporating awesome features into its newest smartphones. The most impressive new features include an improved camera with Duo-Pixel Technology, an “always-on” feature powered by the Super AMOLED display, and an expansion slot for adding upwards of 200 GB of external storage to the S7.

Yet iPhone users will probably choose to wait for the iPhone 7. Rumor has it that Apple’s Fall release will have dual-lens camera technology. That’s right, the iPhone will reportedly boast two lenses: a traditional wide-angle lens, as well as a telephoto lens for capturing zoomed in images and video. If a DLSR-quality smartphone camera is what you’re looking for, the iPhone 7 will (hopefully) deliver later this year.

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