Galaxy S7 IR Blasters and Its Technical Specs

Galaxy S7 IR Blasters and Its Technical Specs

Galaxy S7 IR Blasters and Its Technical Specs
Galaxy S7 IR Blasters and Its Technical Specs

Infrared is old technology that’s still useful in today era. In spite of much advancement in network and connectivity, some people still rely on infrared to control electronic appliances such as television, air conditioner, LCD projector, etc. Galaxy S7 with IHR blaster is an interesting topic to explore because the previous model had infrared emitter. The next explanation consists of two areas related to this topic.

Firstly, you need to know the technical specification of Samsung Galaxy S7. After that, you should know about IR blaster technology. Samsung is a prolific manufacturer in the smartphone industry and Galaxy is the top brand, which consists of several variations. Galaxy S-series are designed to fulfil premium demand in order to attract customers with sophisticated technology. Few of Galaxy products have infrared blaster as additional part as a remote control for the electronic device. You can use it automatically from Android or install a certain app to maximise utilisation of Galaxy S7 IR blaster.

The Features of Galaxy S7 IR blaster

The Features of Galaxy S7 IR blaster
The Features of Galaxy S7 IR blaster

In exploring Galaxy S7 IR blaster, we can start from the design, platform, capability, features, and battery. Galaxy S7 was released in March 2016 and everyone expected this device to be more powerful than the previous model. The design retains basic Galaxy S-series and the display size is 5.1-inch. Display resolution is 1440 x 2560 pixels and it is able to play HD movie with clear visibility. Super AMOLED is the trademark of this phone to increase display capacity and Gorilla Glass 4 makes sure this phone is high durability. Another interesting one is TouchWiz UI that’s specifically installed for the smartphone from Samsung. This is the user interface to give easy access and simplify Android interface.

Galaxy S7 uses Exynos 8890 octa as chipset and Mali-T880 as GPU. Its RAM is 4 GB, which is bigger than S6 and its internal storage has 32 or 64 GB. This device is already in Android 6.0 or Marshmallow. Moreover, users get the chance to upgrade into Nougat. This technical spec is enough to put this smartphone as premium and high capability to handle many tasks. Galaxy S7 IR blaster is expected to have similar tech specs.

One of the important features is a camera that uses 12 MP and 5 MP as primary and secondary respectively. The primary camera has LED flash, autofocus, and geotagging. A secondary camera is eligible to take HD picture or doing video call. For a battery, Galaxy S7 IR blaster will have more capacity, which is 3000 mAh.

What is IR blaster? IR blaster means infrared feature to produce the infrared signal. It looks like a tiny hole on the top of the smartphone. If you have old remote control, this feature is installed at the top with a big emitter. Blaster or emitter is the only term to refer active device. The electronic appliance, such as DVD and television only have passive feature. They only receive signal and transports into control session. For Galaxy S7 IR blaster, the emitter should be on the top with the tiny hole.

So, why Galaxy S7 comes without the infrared feature? Several smartphones have this feature to let users keep their own electronic appliance in check. However, you do not need this thing every day and this is the main reason to get rid of IR blaster in new Galaxy S7. Samsung sees Galaxy S7 IR blaster is not necessary due to rare utilisation for users. The benefit may not be as big as expected and manufacturer decides to drop in the next model. For your information, the last production of Galaxy S6 did not have IR blaster.

Customer demand is the top priority for smartphone manufacturers. When the device cannot fulfil what they want the most, sales will not be good. However, Galaxy S-series give more sophisticated and interactive features to fulfil major need and preference. Infrared may not be as important and a customer gets third-party device to integrate into Galaxy S7 IR blaster.