Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge


S7 Edge

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has an immense test – it needs to catch up one of the South Korean organization’s most creative handsets of 2015, as well as maybe of the most recent couple of years. The Galaxy S6 Edge gave Samsung something more imperative than deals, piece of the overall industry, or income. It gave it open distinction, basic praise, and an air that the organization could improve on mass business sector equipment.

How would you take after that up? That is the test the Galaxy S7 Edge faces. Has it succeeded?

The response to the “how” is the most effortless answer. Samsung listened to a significant number of the worries voiced about the S6 Edge and seems to have tended to every one of them. And afterward improved everything a tad bit.

The outline of the S7 Edge is maybe the range where this procedure has had the greatest effect. The S6 Edge had a totally level back, with just the camera lens swell lifting the handset up from a table or work area. The bended long edges of the showcase arrived at a sudden end with an exceptionally limit band between the screen and the back. It was clumsy to get, and there was minimal surface region to get a decent grasp of the gadget.

That has changed on the S7 Edge. The back of the cell phone has a tender bend that sits much less demanding in the palm of my hand. This lifts the undercarriage edge marginally higher off a table, and makes the cell phone less demanding to get, and the edges additionally have a slight bend so the telephone is simpler and more secure in an ordinary grasp.


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Concerning the bended screen, the change in physical size to a viable 5.5 inches opens up Samsung’s TouchWiz interface and the measure of physical space functions admirably with Android Marshmallow. The screen bends more than the S6 Edge ever overseen, and on account of Samsung’s own Super AMOLED innovation it’s unimaginably brilliant and energetic. It’s practically cartoonish in shading proliferation, and that may dismiss a couple people, yet it helps convey a feeling of enjoyable to the handset.

Which is great, since fun would be the watchword I use to portray the configuration of the S7 Edge body and screen.

The screen is not without issue. By bending the edges away, Samsung has made a UI issue that is once in a while tended to. While Samsung’s product is normally sufficiently brilliant to put a “drain” along the edges so key zones are not set in the bended part, there are ordinarily where the bend has been a diversion and inconvenience. Surrounding a photo when the edges bend away; working with a solid light source that causes sudden reflections; full screen video playback; and basically any application where the UI components are near the edge of the screen. Annoyingly one of the greatest guilty parties of the last are Google’s own particular applications (Gmail I’m taking a gander at you).

Be that as it may, there are times where the bended edge debilitates to change the worldview of cell phones by and large. Samsung nearly dealt with that last year. The underlying S6 Edge programming indicated guarantee however required more usefulness to be included. Shockingly it took until the redesign to Marshmallow for this to happen… The overhaul that was the product for the S7 Edge. I trust Samsung don’t hold up until the S8 Edge to include to the product the S7 Edge – it should be improved consistently.

A year ago I was concerned that the edge programming accessible out of the crate would be it, and there would be no progressions. That ended up being valid for very nearly a year. I fear the S7 Edge may endure the same destiny, and that would be a disgrace.


Samsung Galaxy S7: Full Specifications

Display 5.1 inch Display (1440 X 2560 Resolution)
(Super AMOLED, Force Touch with  TouchWIZ UI)
Processor Octa Core Snapdragon 820,
Exynos 8890, 64 bit Chipset
Dimensions 142.4 X 69.6 X 7.9 mm, 152 grams
SIM Nano SIM, Samsung Pay
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 5,
IP68 Water & Dust Resistance
GPU Adreno 530, Mali-T880 MP12
~577 ppi pixel density
OS Android v6.0 (Marshmallow OS)
Memory 32 / 64 GB,
Micro SD up to 200 GB
Camera 12 MP f/1.7 primary camera, 26 mm
5 MP Front facing camera with Dual Video call
Networking 2G, 3G, 4G LTE, HSPA, GSM support
v4.2 Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, GLONASS
Sensors Fingerprint, Retina Scanner, Auto HDR, Gyro, OIS,
Accelerometer, Barometer, Proximity, Heart Rate etc.
Battery 3000 mAh Non-Removable Battery
Colors Black, Silver, Gold, White
Release date March 11, 2016







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