Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Gold

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Gold

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

This is the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

As the latest member of the Galaxy S family, it’s got all the features you’ve come to know and love. Water resistance, fast charging and the return of expandable storage – it’s all there.

But the Galaxy S7 Edge is more than just a phone – it’s the key to a Galaxy of experiences. Pair it with a Gear VR and unlock a whole world of gaming, cinema and more. The Galaxy S7 Edge’s powerful processors take your virtual reality experience to the next level.

Get day to day notifications on the fly, with Gear S2 and wearables.

No Galaxy would be complete without an awesome camera. Samsung’s smartphone camera technology makes shooting in any condition – even low light – result in high quality photos, every time.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is one the leading smartphones on the market. Crafted from high quality materials, their ergonomic designs offer style without compromising on durability or strength. Beyond a phone, there is a Galaxy.

 

Design

This phone is crafted from the high quality materials. The Edge design and AMOLED screen make the Galaxy S7 Edge an appealing phone in the market. And Samsung has made no compromises on durability, thanks to a dust and water resistant Gorilla glass build.

The curves of the Galaxy S7 Edge provide a range of practical benefits. With their its curved designs and compact dimensions, the Galaxy S7 edge fits comfortably in one hand and is the first Galaxy phone to feature capless water and dust resistance (IP68). The Edge screen provides a range of functions, including the enriched Apps edge and Task edge.

Camera

Samsung has improved the features Galaxy S Series fans know and love.

The Galaxy S7 Edge takes better quality pictures even in low light, thanks to a bright lens (F1.7) and large pixel image sensor (1.4 um).

The Galaxy S7 Edge is the first smartphone to use dual photodiode sensor technology. Instantly focusing on objects, the Dual Pixel 12 MP camera is fast.

Performance

The brand has also enhanced all the essentials of a high quality smartphone.

Galaxy S7 Edge has a large and more efficient battery than ever before. Both support wireless charging for great convenience on the go.

Battery: S7 3000 mAh / S7 edge 3600 mAh

Charging: S7 95 min / S7 edge 115 min

Wireless Charging: S7 130 min / S7 edge 150 min

Big storage lets you enjoy more of your favourite music and videos. The return of the much-loved microSD slot means the Galaxy S7 Edge supports an additional 200 GB of storage.

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1 review for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone – Gold

  1. 5 out of 5

    For around 10 years I’ve been a big Apple fan. I’ve had the latest iPhone as quickly as I could get it, owned a few different I pads, Apple tv and a Mac book.

    However, like most people recently I’ve been frustrated by the slow development and lack of Steve Jobs vision. The iphone has got more and more like an android device.

    Last week I moved from an iPhone 6 to the Samsung S7 Edge in gold. My work phone is an iPhone 6s so I’m able to compare the both, side by side every day.

    The Samsung S7 edge is hands down the best phone I’ve ever owned. It’s fast, it looks great and the screen is fantastic. I notice a huge difference in the vibrancy and colours on Instagram in particular.

    Being able to expand the memory to 200gb blows my old 128gb iPhone out of the water.

    The waterproofing is a great feature (I’ve tested it myself and it works great). As a long time Apple iTunes and Apple music subscriber, I’m also really impressed with Google Play. It’s quick, looks better than Apple and the controls are more streamlined.

    Overall, when comparing to an iPhone 6/6s these are the better features in my opinion:

    – waterproof
    – speed
    – camera quality
    – look and feel
    – size of screen
    – wireless charging

    The cons? Well apart from a few changes to get used to like shortcuts and keyboard, there’s not many. Fingerprint reader isn’t great 100% of the time, but neither is the iphone. There’s no equivalent of apple pay, but that’s coming later this year anyway.

    Essentially the new layout etc looks and functions like an iPhone anyway, so the move doesn’t feel like a big one. It’s just like an upgrade.

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