Samsung Galaxy S7
The best way to describe the Samsung Galaxy S7 is to say it’s very similar to one of Apple’s iPhone “S” releases. On first glance, you’d be hard-pressed to tell the Galaxy S7 and S6 apart, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot to get excited about. The S7 isn’t quite as eye-catching as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, however.
5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S7
1) Display: The S7 has a beautiful, crisp and vibrant 5.1-inch Super AMOLED quad-HD display. It’s always on too, so notifications, calendar appointments and the time always show up
2) Returning features: The microSD slot is back, and it’s waterproof just like the S5. Well, down to 1m for 30 minutes
3) Plenty of performance: It will be powered by either a Snapdragon 820 or Exynos processor depending on your region, along with 4GB RAM
4) An improved camera: 12-megapixel rear-facing sensor with 95% brighter photos than the S6. Plus a f1.7 aperture and super-fast autofocus
5) A bigger battery: Fast adaptive charging and fast wireless charging. 3,000mAh battery that should be a massive improvement over the Galaxy S6..
SAMSUNG GALAXY S7 – FIRST IMPRESSIONS
The only thing really missing from the Galaxy S7 is a surprise. It’s like a great hits of Samsung’s flagship phones, culminating the bits that everyone liked and adding them to the lovely design that came last year.
Expandable storage, a bigger battery, no protruding camera and an easier-to-hold design were my biggest requests after using the S6 – and they’re all here. Yes, the S7 doesn’t rewrite the smartphone rulebook, but when it looks to be this good I don’t think it needs to.
HANDS-ON WITH THE GALAXY S7
Refinement is key with the Samsung Galaxy S7. Last year’s Galaxy S6 was a huge departure in a number of areas. Samsung had ditched the cheap-feeling plastic and faux-material backs of previous Galaxy models and replaced them with swathes of metal and glass. The resulting Galaxy S6 was a stunner, which is why I’m pleased to see the S7 follows suit.
A slight curvature to the rear, reminiscent of the Galaxy Note 5, makes a huge difference to how comfortable the phone is to hold. While the Galaxy S6 was tough to grip for long periods, the S7 slides easily into your palm. Samsung has also managed to ditch the protruding camera. The sensor now sits flush with the glass, so the phone won’t rock on the table when you try to knock out an email at your desk. It’s a small change, but it shows Samsung is taking note of consumer feedback.
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