Samsung has built no small part of its smartphone reputation on its handsets’ photographic skills, and the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are no different. Both phones have the same, 12-megapixel sensor, paired with an f/1.7 lens.
The sensor itself uses a dual-pixel system, where each pixel actually has two photodiodes. That way, Samsung can do full phase detection autofocus across the entirety of the sensor, something that would traditionally be the sole preserve of expensive DSLRs and similar.
Meanwhile, low-light performance is improved by larger-then-average pixel size.
All photos are straight from the phone, unedited apart from having been resized down to suit the gallery.