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.

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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.

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This one, called Prism Lights (or something like that), gives Samsung's usual TouchWiz interface a fresher look.

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The smart manager leaves independent app status and gets wrapped into the Settings menu.

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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.

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Candy Crush plays in the background. Tapping the small, floating icon on the screen opens up some tools for gamers.

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Back to the S7 camera, I photographed a few other things, too, like my friend Hubert Nguyen of Ubergizmo.

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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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