Article Contents1 Specs2 Video review3 Hardware - how's it held up?4 Display5 Software and performance6 Battery life7 Camera8 Conclusion When the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge launched in March of last year, they received fantastic reviews. Everyone, including the notoriously-critical David, raved about their fantastic AMOLED displays, water resistance, more grown-up software, excellent cameras, and so much more. Virtually any and all niggles that the Galaxy S6 warranted were fixed in the latest iteration. The S7 edge, in particular, received extraordinarily high praise for its gorgeous curved screen and excellent battery life. However, Samsung devices aren't exactly well known for holding up well over time. With the highly-anticipated Galaxy S8 launch rapidly approaching, it's time to take a look at how the Galaxy S7 edge is doing, one year after its debut. Specs Screen 5.5" 1440p, AMOLED CPU Snapdragon 820 RAM 4GB Storage 32GB Camera 12MP f/1.7 … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7 edge long-term review: A home run for most, but not for all
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The Galaxy S7 is still quite handsome... for a $140 phoneHow would you like to get a Samsung flagship in exchange for as little as $99.99, no trade-in required and absolutely no strings attached? If that sounds way too good to be true, perhaps we should clarify your 100 bucks will buy you a refurbished ultra-high-end Android smartphone... from 2015. Meanwhile, a "scratch & dent" flagship released in early 2016 can be yours at $139.99 in a flat-screened version or $179.99 with a dual-curved Super AMOLED display.Obviously, the Galaxy S6, S7, and S7 Edge are not up to today's high-end standards in terms of designs, hardware specifications, or software, but at those crazy low prices, they can still get the job done rather impressively for folks that don't consider themselves power users.The Galaxy S7 Edge, for instance, sports a beautiful 5.5-inch screen with a breathtaking resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. That's higher than many new phones priced around and even beyond the $400 mark. … [Read more...] about These Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and Galaxy S6 deals are a bargain hunter’s wet dream
Welcome to part seven of our 10 years of Samsung Galaxy S flagship series, in which we here at SamMobile talk about our experiences and memories of each of the nine Galaxy S flagships that have come before the Galaxy S10. Today, we look back at the Galaxy S8, the device that started Samsung’s journey into the bezel-less fad that has gripped the smartphone industry and refuses to let go. It was also the flagship that saw Samsung do away with flat screens for good, with both the S8 and S8+ featuring curved displays of varying sizes.Samsung saw huge demand for the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and rightly so, considering the two phones were perhaps the most beautiful flagship phones on the market at the time. Those Infinity displays were great, although die-hard fans complained about those software navigation keys. Thanks to the demise of the Galaxy Note 7, the Galaxy S8 and S8+ were the first Samsung phones to have an iris sensor that people could actually use (well, unless they … [Read more...] about 10 years of Samsung Galaxy S flagships: Looking back at the Galaxy S8!
Samsung is no stranger to coming up with unique colors for its smartphones - the S III came in Pebble Blue, the S6 edge debuted with Emerald Green, the Note5 and S6 edge+ launched with Silver Titanium, and the Note7 (RIP) brought us Coral Blue. Samsung has been steadily adding striking colors like Coral Blue and Pink Gold to the S7 edge, and the latest of these is Black Pearl. It's... black. Very black. According to Samsung, the glossy Black Pearl is "modern and striking," "radiates quality and luxury," and "captures the essence of the color in its purest form." You can decide for yourself if you agree with Samsung's PR speak, but I think the completely blacked-out S7 edge looks pretty damn good. (To be fair, the S7 edge never had any real problems in this arena.) This color was leaked around 24 hours ago, albeit with its name dubbed backwards as "Pearl Black" (this happened often with Coral Blue as well), but it's now official. It will come exclusively in a new 128GB … [Read more...] about Samsung’s Galaxy S7 edge will be available in a new Black Pearl color with 128GB of storage on December 9th
August 17, 2018 - Written By Alexander Maxham Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day is discounting some of the certified refurbished models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S7 Edge, bringing the price down to $279 and $329, respectively. These are unlocked models, which will work on GSM carriers – AT&T and T-Mobile – as well as Verizon, since these are mostly Verizon models. That means that there is no support for Sprint, unfortunately.The Galaxy Note 5 might be a few years old at this point, but it is definitely worth picking up still. It sports a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, with the Exynos 7420 octa-core processor along with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The Galaxy S7 Edge is fairly similar on the spec side, but with a smaller 5.5-inch display and that display is curved. It does sport the Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage as well. Both of these are glass-backed smartphones from Samsung, and do use micro USB … [Read more...] about Deal: Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 5 & S7 Edge Discounted – Today Only