Galaxy s7 edge held horizontally

Low light performance

Many of the most photographable moments of our lives happen when there's not enough light. We're either indoors or the sun has set. With the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, that won't be a problem. The brighter F1.7 lens and larger 1.4µm pixels on the image sensor capture so much more light that your photos come out sharp and detailed.

*On-screen image taken with Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.

Scenery at dusk
Scenery shown on galaxy s7 screen

Dual Pixel 12MP

Each and every one of the pixels on the image sensor has two photodiodes instead of one, meaning the professional-grade Dual Pixel Sensor can focus almost as quickly and as accurately as you would with your own eyes.

galaxy s7 camera module parts showing the dual pixel sensor feature.



Every single pixel on the Dual Pixel Sensor is used for phase detection, enabling autofocus that's so incredibly fast and seamless that even the most sudden movements are caught in the act, even when the light starts to fade.

*On-screen image taken with Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.

Fast movement being captured by Galaxy s7 edge camera


Capture the energy of your city in professional-grade time-lapse. Shaky hands are compensated for by new vDIS technology and only the clearest frames are stitched together to deliver quality footage every time. *vDIS: Video Digital Image Stabilization
*On-screen video taken with Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.

  • Hyperlapse showing on galaxy s7 edge
Hand holding galaxy s7 edge

Rear Camera

Side view of galaxy s7 edge