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Mobile World Congress 2016: 8 Reasons Samsung's Galaxy S7 Will Make Partners Cheer

After months of hype, Samsung took the wraps off its Galaxy S7 on Sunday night at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Here are eight improvements that partners can look forward to in the new flagship phone.

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'Always On' Display

One of the biggest new features that Samsung showed off in its new Galaxy S7 was an "always on" display. This display, which seems to be a popular feature among new phones at Mobile World Congress including the LG G5, allows the Galaxy S7 to permanently show a clock with notifications, a calendar, or an image on its screen.

The intention is that Galaxy S7 users won't be rude by unlocking their phones during a meeting or conversation -- instead, they need only take out their phones for a quick peak to see notifications.

According to Samsung, this feature consumes only a half of a percent of battery per hour during testing. When the phone is in a pocket, the screen will automatically turn off.

 
 
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