Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review


The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge gives a dual curve edged screen with a vibrant displaywater-resistant design, powerful performance, and high-quality optics. It also has 32GB of storage and is controlled by the Exynos 8890 chipset. Thanks to its built-in microSD expansion slot, users have the option of inserting microSDXC cards up to 200GB. For robust multi-tasking performance, In this device also has a 4GB of RAM, which allows it to run many apps efficiently simultaneously.

Design

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

Last 12 months’ Galaxy S6 Edge was just about the most lovely handset Samsung had ever crafted, in our opinion. However, just one 12 months later, and we’re finding it somewhat rough to go back to that model from its replacement.

The 2016 repetition is smoother, ultimately edgier and curvier. If you’re aware of the S6 Edge, you may be shocked by just how different it feels. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is badly just as fragile.

Size-wise it packs a lot into its 150.9×72.6×7.7mm, 157g shell. It’s slightly bigger than the Galaxy S7‘s 142.4×69.6×7.9mm frame.

For comparison, last 12 months’ Galaxy S6 Edge came in at 142.1×70.1x7mm and 132g, whereas the Galaxy S6 Edge+ measured in at 154.4×75.8×6.9mm and 153g.

The microSD is a welcome addition, although you are going to take a performance hit if you install apps onto anything. Samsung instead prefers you to move apps individually via a somewhat difficult process.

At the time of writing, the Galaxy S7 Edge is only available in a version with 32GB internal storage, which isn’t ideal as you are left with a less-than-generous 25GB to play with. The excellent news is you can increase this up to 200GB. However, this is Samsung; there are bound to be 64GB/128GB models on the horizon.


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Display

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge comes with 5.5-inches. It has the resolution of 2560×1440 pixels (QHD), The provided resolution is more than enough for routine use; the displayed content always seems razor-sharp. However, anyone who uses Samsung’s Gear VR, they want that the Korean company for a higher-resolution screen. Single pixels become visible when looking closer as only half the pixel count is out there to every eye, and the device may be near the visible organ.

Performance

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

For the most part, most of the flagship phones you buy right now are going to carry out fairly pretty nicely. I think about it’s relatively hard to mess things up once you pair a Snapdragon 820 processor with the 4GB of RAM. So my experience on the smartphone Galaxy S7 Edge was honestly predictable: all the things were fast, I didn’t have lengthy load occasions and gaming was flawless.

I did run into a bizarre scenario the place performance dropped, although: the phone will get sluggish when I enter my PIN on the lock screen. I don’t know why, and it looks like one thing that could be simply mounted with a future software patch. Talking to the fingerprint reader.

For the folks who want raw data, here’s a look at the AnTuTu benchmark rating. The Galaxy S7 Edge notched up a rating of 105,998, blasting all the things else out of the water. The Huawei Mate 8 was the nearest to it, with a rating of 92,7746. For Galaxy Note 5 owners, that phone earned a rating of 83,944. So that you’re looking at a good bump should you care about ratings?

Specification

Display Size: 5.5-inch
Battery: 3600mAH
OS: Android Marshmallow (6.0.1)
Rear Camera: 12 MP
Front Camera: 5 MP
RAM: 4GB
Storage: 32 GB, Removable microSD up to 256GB
Colours: Gold Platinum, Black Onyx or Silver Titanium
Processor: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820
price: $835 USD

Camera

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

The S7 edge and S7 share the same camera system. Rather than the 16-megapixels of the S6 and Note 5. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge get 12-megapixels. The difference is that they are each bodily bigger than before, and combined with a f/1.7 lens. Each improves the quantity of the sunshine that makes it by to the sensor, and also a big improvement in low-light performance.

As for a video, there’s optical image stabilization and up to 4K recording support. If you max out the resolution you do miss out on a few of the extras: Tracking autofocus, HDR video, and real-time effects all refuse to work whenever you’re in the UHD, QHD, or FHD (60fps) modes.


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Battery Life

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

The Galaxy S7 edge has a 3,600 mAh battery capacity. The S6 Edge+ has a 3,020 mAh, and The S6 Edge has a 2,600 mAh.

It may not be removable. However, the battery supports both Fast Charging and Fast Wireless Charging. The Galaxy S7 Edge made it via the day, certainly, with my regular mixture of messaging, browsing, email, some Spotify Google Maps use, and streaming. However, if you’re hoping for two solid days, you will be disappointed.

Conclusion

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review

Whether you value the premium glass and the high-end specs, aluminum chassis and the outstanding camera.

Waterproofing and expandable storage, back from the S5, are also huge bonuses, and all of this shows that Samsung has listened to customer complaints about the S6 (which is quite refreshing).

It’s not good – the casing is a fingerprint magnet and TouchWiz still isn’t good. However, the pros far outweigh the cons. Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the best smartphones you can buy right now.

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