If you like the iOS smartphone operating system from Apple, you have just a few choices for what handset to purchase and own, but if you’re an Android fan, well, the world of options can be completely bewildering. Fortunately there’s Samsung, and its latest smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S7, demonstrates why the company is a leader in the space and has one of the most popular Android devices available.
But Samsung experiments with design changes too, so as with just about every Galaxy device, the Galaxy S7 has some features that have been added, some that are restored from previous generations (but were missing from the Galaxy S6), and some that are still missed by loyal customers of the product line. Best upgrade: Support for a MicroSD card that gives you an easy 200GB or more of additional storage space. Worst lack: No user replaceable battery.
There are also the differences, some subtle, some overt, between the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Know what’s different and make an educated decision before you pick one up!
Don’t just read what I write about this beautiful new phone with its sleek lines and quite impressive camera, however, watch my video review and find out why I think it’s one of the very best Android cellphones on the market today: