Samsung Galaxy S7 Quick Review

“A thing of beauty is a joy forever… its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness”

Samsung Galaxy S7 Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Sleek Design
  • Waterproof
  • Powerful Camera
  • Long Battery Life
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Super Strong Processor
Cons

  • A bit costly
  • Fingerprint magnet
  • Pictures appear to be filtered
  • Non-removable battery
  • May be too reflective for some
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Quick Verdict
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is one fast, powerful and beautiful (or handsome) phone. It’s perfect for those who love taking pictures of just about anything or those who are addicted to games or those who just wanna watch movies all day, or listen to music all night… Yes, the S7 can please anyone! It runs circles around the other alternatives in the market that are near its price range and none so far can come close (except for the far superior Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge).

While there are some cons, they’re just more of silly little gripes that can be easily overlooked. And although the S7 is costly, it definitely is worth every penny. Once you grab hold of this baby, you’ll find it hard to put down. Honest! We still haven’t reached the halfway point of 2016 but we now have a very difficult phone to beat. Your move Apple.

Specs at a Glance:
Display: 5.1 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection
Platform: It runs on a Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820 Exynos 8890 Octacore processor with Android Marshmallow (Yum)
Camera: 12MP camera which is a bit lower than the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S6 but takes better pictures and videos. Does that even make any sense?
Memory: 32/64GB internal and expandable up to 200GB external.

Complete Specs

Price: $675.75 (source: Amazon)

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9 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S7 Quick Review

  1. Looks like a great smartphone, but im gonna continue with my samsung galaxy s5 because is pretty neat and awesome for the price i bought.
    However i woudnt mind to receive a s7, so feel free to give me. hahhaha

  2. Thank you for this review. Man, that cellphone is absolutely beautiful. I’m drooling all over. I agree that it’s a bit pricey. $675 is definitely not a small amount! You can already buy a decent laptop at that price point.

    Seems that Samsung went all out on this one. I’m not familiar with mobile processors, but Octacore processor, whew! Isn’t that overkill? This cellphone should be able to take anything you throw at it and still have killer performance. I think you probably can do more with this cellphone than a regular laptop! Yeah, I’m also quite confused with the camera. I hope someone shed us some light with that. 🙂

  3. I’m a new convert to Android and Galaxy in particular. I thin kit’s a great phone and just as capable (if not more so) than my old iPhone.I really got to say I’m a big fan of google. Just wish these kinds of things weren’t so expensive. 🙁

  4. I have a Galaxy Mega Note which I really enjoy. I have had it for two years now and just started to think about an upgrade because of the new things the Galaxy phones can do like this new phone. The price is still something to consider before I upgrade.

  5. I’m not a fan of the non removable battery, I wonder if this is a choice decided by tech or cost…….
    I have stuck with my Galaxy S2 for years and just replace the battery every so often, I must be the kind of person they’re trying to weedle out!

  6. I’m not a fan of the non removable battery either but I love this phone and I hope to be able to buy it in a few months. Hopefully the battery will have a long life as promised, I’m so frustrated with having to charge my current phone twice at day! Impermeability is a good thing but I’m noth sure I’d be brave enough to put such an expensive phone under water! It also has a great memory but who would expand it up to 200 GB? I think it’s really too much, I wouldn’t want to have 200 GB worth of stuff in my phone, I think it would slow it down after a while!

  7. That’s a pretty phone, all right, but the price is a bit on the not-for-me-at-this-time side. I don’t like the idea of non-removable batteries any more than I like the idea of non-removable ones in any other electronic gadget. It makes the phone sound disposable, and the price is a bit high for that. I can sort of see throwing away a $2.00 key chain flashlight because the battery has gone dead, but not so much an actual phone for the same reason.

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