Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review – Joining the Ranks of the Best



Even though the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was released sometime ago, even before the death of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, people are still flocking all over the globe to purchase this smartphone. Why? Because it’s that good. This is the type of handset that you would personally would hate not to have. It has that curved edge screen that can really grab the attention of onlookers, and the internal hardware specs are nothing to be laughed at either. This phone adds zest and brilliance to its predecessors, especially to its direct predecessor, the Galaxy S6.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review - Joining the Ranks of the Best

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the Type of Smartphone You’d Hate Not to Have

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge continues the fascination of the company for curved screens, but instead of just making a curved screen, the curved edges do have additional functionalities. However, it might not still appeal to some people, so if you just want all the power inside of it, then you can just opt for the original S7 instead.

However, if you really want that sleek-looking curved screen, then by all means get the Galaxy S7 Edge. Even if you don’t know what it can do just yet, just by its design, it is a natural keeper. But do take note that the phone is quite huge as it comes with a 5.5-inch display, which means that you might have some difficulty holding it with just one hand (especially if you have tiny hands). But because of its size, it also means another benefit – a much larger battery life. Hence, you can watch a lot of videos, surf more of the Internet, and take more pictures with its awesome performing camera, and you would still have some battery life left to text and call for the rest of the day.

But perhaps one of the best features to ever grace the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is its always-on display. Simply put, it doesn’t turn off (well, as long as there’s still enough juice in its battery). But instead of dishing out the entire niceties of your Home screen, the always-on display will be of the minimal sort. At the very least, you will be able to take a look at your clock, calendar, or a pattern. Why is this impressive? It’s because you don’t have to wake it up with the Home or power button just to check what time or date it is. Simple, yes, but very functional. So is this the perfect phone to have? Definitely not, but it sure does come pretty close to being one.


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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Review – Joining the Ranks of the Best
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