Samsung Galaxy S7 - Technology Bag

The  Samsung Galaxy S7 is more of a S6s with the same look and feel to the exterior and improvements to the internal specs and software.

Quick Look:

  • 5.1-inch, quad-HD display
  • 3,000mAh battery
  • 12MP camera
  • Fast and wireless charging
  • Built in 32gb / 64 gb
  • MicroSD up to 200gb
  • Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • 4GB RAM
  • 5MP selfie camera
  • Exynos 8890 processor
  • Fingerprint Scanner
  • Dust and water Resistance

Samsung continues to use the best smartphone displays in the market and the display on the Galaxy S7 is superb.

We found camera performance to be very similar to the S6, which is to say it is excellent. The camera megapixel count has been reduced, but the pixels size increased to help improve low-light photography. You can confidently use the Samsung Galaxy S7 while out to dinner or at a party and trust you will capture some great shots.

The auto-focus is stunning and you shouldn’t miss photos with the S7. Thanks to the double button press you can launch and start taking photos in seconds. With the water resistance, this means you can even take photos and videos while in the water.

The battery has lasted me for a full day of regular usage and while I don’t conduct strict battery tests I use my devices in a similar manner so I can get an indication if a phone is going to last me at least a day or not. S7 gets me through a full day without requiring a charge.

Calls sound great through the headset speaker


Samsung has done a good job of addressing concerns users had with the Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S7 features an increased battery size; improved ergonomics and the return of water and dust resistance, along with the much beloved MicroSD card slot. It’s almost as if Samsung wanted to revel in past glories while building towards new ideals.

The Galaxy S7 surely warrants its asking price. It excels in all the key areas: its camera is the best that we have tested so far; its gaming performance is great and future-proof; its battery life is enough to support heavy use; and it’s generally a snappy and smooth device.

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