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Take a tour of the finer details in Samsung's two new phones, taken on the Galaxy S7's own camera.
What's it like to use the Samsung Galaxy S7 camera? I grabbed a spare phone to find out and, while I was at it, took shots of some of the S7's lesser-known features as I explored.
This one pops up a review window after you take a shot -- you can share or delete the photo from here.
If you have the Yahoo news app on the S7 Edge, you can read a headline ticker by rubbing the Edge panel like a magic lamp.
Themes aren't new, but I did want to see how they looked on the phone.
This one, called Prism Lights (or something like that), gives Samsung's usual TouchWiz interface a fresher look.
The Always-On display gets its own toggle in the notification menu.
"Review pictures" is an option in the camera settings.
The layout looks a little different now when you power off the phone.
The smart manager leaves independent app status and gets wrapped into the Settings menu.
Full disclosure: These next two shots were taken as backups on a different phone in case the photos I emailed myself didn't come through.
This shows Samsung's new gaming folder.
Candy Crush plays in the background. Tapping the small, floating icon on the screen opens up some tools for gamers.
Back to the S7 camera, I photographed a few other things, too, like my friend Hubert Nguyen of Ubergizmo.
I took a closeup of this water bottle, too.
And these adorable Android pins.
This selfie, taken with beauty mode dialed down to the painfully-natural setting, triggered the front-facing flash.
Read more about that and the S7 camera experience here.
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