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Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge First Impression Review

Samsung has geared up to reveal some of its most awaiting products of the year: the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

None of them is much of a secret by now, but this does not make them any less exciting: with an evolved design, the new powerful Snapdragon 820 system chip on board, a novel 12MP camera that should bring huge improvements in low light performance, and last but not least, expectations for a battery larger than its peers.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge First Impression Review

At whatever point you discharge another telephone that looks fundamentally the same to the last era, you walk a tight line that could diminish the odds of your clients overhauling or make new clients just look somewhere else. In any case, on the off chance that you spend only a tad bit of time to see the majority of the adjustments in the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, you’ll see there’s a mess here to be amped up for that doesn’t identify with changing the outside equipment.

Samsung Galaxy S7
Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung has rolled out equipment improvements where they tally. The huge tentpoles of a bigger battery, a SD card opening and waterproofing are imperative components that will all drive deals. A speedier processor and more RAM aren’t things to hang your cap on, yet will enhance the experience once individuals really have their hands on the telephones. Also, in the meantime, the equipment truly doesn’t accompany numerous bargains — it’s still an incredible bit of work remotely. Furthermore, however the camera might appear the same initially, the enhancements have it ready to at the end of the day be the best shooter accessible in a telephone for the year, and that is extremely energizing.

Galaxy S7 Edge Black
Galaxy S7 Edge Black

The product story is seemingly pretty much as inconspicuous as the adjustments in outer equipment, and it’s the one spot where you might be justified in not concurring with Samsung’s technique. Working off of a base of Marshmallow is constantly great to see, however very little has changed outwardly and there aren’t numerous huge new components — in numerous regards it’s a heap of little changes that will enhance the experience after some time, yet won’t knock some people’s socks off to purchase the telephone in any case.

Once again you’re getting the same fantastic display offering in the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge as in Samsung’s 2015 flagships, with bright, vibrant and crisp QHD (that’s 2560×1440) Super AMOLED screens on both. Just like the hardware it’s pretty clear Samsung knows it’s in a good position in terms of display quality, and there was no need to change anything here.

Galaxy S7 Edge Silver
Galaxy S7 Edge Silver

Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Camera

Although the Galaxy S6 already offered a fantastic camera experience, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge look to bring a considerable jump in terms of photo quality. Right from the start most people will notice the drop to 12MP from the previous 16, but this comes with two big changes that should more than make up for the loss in raw pixel numbers.

Galaxy S7 Edge Gold
Galaxy S7 Edge Gold

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge Software

Samsung has made the jump to Marshmallow on the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Unfortunately due to the timing that means that cat is already partially of out of the bag on what we were going to see considering its rollout of the software to existing phones has already begun. Following a considerable change of pace with TouchWiz in the Android 5.0, the changes in store for jumping to Android 6.0 are a bit more subtle — at least visually.

Galaxy S7 Edge Front
Galaxy S7 Edge Front

A new ‘edge UX’ on the Galaxy S7 edge

For those who have used a Galaxy S6 edge or S6 edge+, the most substantial software changes are likely to be in the so-called “edge UX.” In a move that actually heads back toward what Samsung first introduced with the Galaxy Note Edge, the edge screen on the Galaxy S7 edge can now do a lot more than the previous generation.