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Samsung Galaxy S7 Full Specs And Review

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January 30, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S7 is pretty much the highest shelf Phone right now,

Only being competed by iPhone 7,

and the many rising stars of China that although deliver a decent product have a very small European market share.

Though Samsung had a little bumpy 2016 with the literally exploding Note 2.

Samsung Galaxy S7 price and release date

  • Released in March 2016
  • Launch price £569 (around $750 / AU$900)

It’s a little pricey when compared with Chinese and Korean counterpart,

but when compared to the iPhone 7s it comes a out as a decent deal.


Weight:  152g
Dimensions:   142.4 x 69.6 x 7.9 mm
OS:  Android 6 (Nougat coming soon)
Screen size:  5.1-inch
Resolution:  1440×2560
CPU:  Snapdragon 820/Exynos 8890
Storage:  32GB (with microSD)
Battery:  3000mAh
Rear camera:  12MP
Front camera: 5MP


Samsung Galaxy S7 review

Well to be honest at first glance it really looks like earlier year S6; and quiet frankly it’s,

they used the same glass and metal design patterns from the S6 but with more stress on the plastic parts resilience and strength.

Samsung has dropped the metallic rim around its iconic physical home key, enabling it to blend a little more seamlessly into the design of the S7.

Water Resistance

Meanwhile, the IP68 water resistance has improved from the S5, allowing submersion of up to five feet for 30 minutes, plus there’s no annoying flap covering the charging port.

The microUSB port has been waterproofed, but the S7 won’t charge if it detects water in its hole. If you’ve taken the phone for a plunge in the bath, you’ll need to dry the charging port before plugging in.


Samsung Galaxy S7 review

Low light performance is one of the big selling points for all smartphone manufacturers, with everyone boasting about how well their cameras can perform when the lights go down.

To that end, Samsung has kept the sensor size the same, but by reducing the number of pixels it means each one is now larger – that allows more light in, thus improving performance in low light and generating sharper, brighter shots.

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