Samsung Galaxy S7 to come with 3D Touch like ClearForce pressure-sensitive display

With emerging technologies and new features in smartphone market here is good news for Samsung lovers. As touch screen tech changed the way smartphones were being used, the force touch tech is up to with touch screen itself. It has simply changed the way touch display works by adding up third dimension. And following the track, Samsung is reported to stand among toppers after Apple to claim advancement in this regard too.

The reports emerged following the listing of devices by Synaptics that are going to partner for its ClearForce. Thus the upcoming pressure-sensitive touchscreens tech by Synaptics will probably have Samsung devices at the top. According to details the pressure-sensitive display will carry additional features with ‘similar to 3D touch’ capabilities of new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. The tech will allow users to use the pressure sensitive screen in various creative ways for enhanced options.

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Though Synaptic has other clients too on the list that will probably come forward first but a few have reported yet. Among these Huawei announced its device first that will arrive with pressure sensitive display. Huawei listed its Mate S device with a Synaptics 3700 series to support Force Touch.

Synaptics is yet going thru the process to finalize the tech for devices which may not complete until next year. However a company press statement said the company will be enabled to push the new tech in the market by early 2016. This will probably be with the arrival of new force touch enabled smartphones that are yet to be scheduled. As Samsung is now going to join the chorus it is thought to push the new tech to users with its Galaxy S7. Still it lacks any particular date to expect either Samsung Galaxy S7 or any other device to fully test its effects. Thus keep with us for any updates.

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