Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review


Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review S7 Edge that some may not be happy: it is thicker than its predecessor. The Galaxy S7 Edge measures 150.9 x 72.6 x 7.7mm compared to 7.1mm on the S6 Edge. It is also heavier, with 157 g compared to 132 g.

the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, which looks a lot like the S6 Edge with its curved edge and body screen composed of a beautiful combination of glass and metal. While some may complain, which looks similar after spending time there, it becomes more attractive than the S6 Edge + because of the way it feels in your hand, the slightly smaller frame makes it easier to handle with one hand. Between the S7 and the S7 Edge we discovered that we lean towards Edge because we are very happy that Samsung has decided to continue with a design that made the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge two of the most attractive phones of 2015.

Samsung offered standard waterproofing with the Galaxy S5, but it did not work too well: the clumsy covers of the USB ports and the removable back plate made it uncomfortable, and the function was eliminated in the Galaxy S6. It returns with strength in the Galaxy S7 Edge, which is much more suitable for waterproofing with its fixed back plate. It offers resistance to water and dust with a rating of IP68, which means that you can submerge in 5 feet of water for 30 minutes and, although Samsung does not recommend that you try, it should give you some peace of mind when using your phone. The rain. The MicroUSB port also includes a

The back of the S7 Edge is also more curved than its predecessor, which when combined with the curved edge screen on the front of the device makes it very comfortable to hold, which is especially important with a 5.5-inch smartphone. Although we can not explain what makes it nice to hold it, it seems that it fits. in your hand.

The bulge of the camera is still present with the S7 Edge, although it is smaller than what was present in the S6 Edge. While the S6 Edge camera protruded 1.7 mm, the protrusion of the S7 Edge camera is almost imperceptible, but it is still there.

The biggest addition to the Galaxy S7 Edge is the SD card slot, which caused great outrage when Samsung decided not to offer one with the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge. The ability to expand storage is one of the benefits of having an Android device through an iPhone and is a decisive factor for many Android users. Users can expand the internal storage of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge by up to 200 GB.

The 5.5 in SuperAMOLED screen with Quad HD resolution (1440×2560) with a ppi of 534ppi, features double-edged curved screens that make the series "Edge" famous. The curved screens offer additional functionality for the device, display notifications without covering the main screen and provide shortcuts to your 10 favorite applications. Of course, as with any Samsung flagship phone, the colors are beautiful and the screen is sharp.

Along with the QHD screen, both the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge have a "screen always on" that must provide users with on-screen information at all times. This is possible thanks to the fact that AMOLED displays do not consume energy to show black pixels, which means that if the screen is mostly black, the energy impact is minuscule. It will display information that includes notifications, time, missed calls, and calendar events, although it is not clear whether users can customize this or not.
Samsung added a new type of image to the S7 and S7 Edge When taking a panorama in a Galaxy S7 Edge, you can reproduce it. as if it were a full video with movement, and you can also control the direction by sliding the screen. W

on paper it is heavier and more voluminous than its predecessor. The ergonomic design of the S7 Edge makes it extremely comfortable to hold for long periods of time, and when combined with high-end specifications and impressive cameras, it is a great smartphone.

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