Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge review

The new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge aren’t radically different from last year’s models. There are refinements and progressions on what was already a good product. That’s a good thing: the Galaxy S6 was a good phone and Samsung has done enough to make the Galaxy S7 a great phone.

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31 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge review

  1. Still have my Samsung S7. Battery lasts all day and runs and runs. Love my SD card, and with fast charging, great camera, and great display it still runs as good as the day I bought it!!

  2. S7 has been a great phone overall. Samsung did have bad software when the phone came out, but it has become fluid with new iterations. Battery has really taken a hit with bad memory management. But I still love this phone

  3. My LG V20 was stolen, so I was forced to get a "new" phone.
    Im not going for $800. Done with those days.
    After many days of researching, went with the Samsung S7 edge. Ok, so its 2018 but Im not too proud to be happy with what this phone, offers. Has everything I need and I feel like Im lacking, nothing.
    Im also smart enough to not even put an S9 in my hands😂

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