What happens when you sell an excellent device, listen to your customers’ requests and make a new one that solves (almost) all those issues? The Galaxy S7 is a result of this process.
With the Galaxy S6, Samsung created a phone that was unlike any of their previous models. An all glass + metal design, no removable battery or expandable storage, a new, faster fingerprint scanner, “the best camera” on a mobile phone and a beautiful AMOLED panel. This phone, although a bestseller for Samsung, had shredded some much liked features from the previous Galaxy models, like waterproofing and expandable storage on the S5.
Now, the Galaxy S7:
And that is it! The Galaxy S7 combines the best of hardware with Android Marshmallow, the most diverse mobile OS, and delivers to the consumers’ demands.
Although this phone is going to sell well, it isn’t a large update. If you already own an S6 model, you shouldn’t care to update your phone so early. Remember, the S7 is just an S6 with certain upgrades.
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