We’ve already reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, so I guess we might as well have a glance at the Samsung Galaxy S7. The device gets unboxed below, with its shiny black onyx case and its magnetically latched box. The device is priced at $645 on Amazon and more about it is available below.
Inside the box we find the headphones, which are exactly the same as the ones we got with the Galaxy S6 and Note 5, plus headphone plugs, charger (with fast charging), USB cable and a special adapter to make transferring data from the older phone to the newer one easier. There’s also a manual in the mix and a metal key to help you access the card slots.
The smartphone measures 7.9 mm in thickness, weighs 152 grams and comes with a dual glass panel, a gently curved one upfront and one with curved edges at the back, like the Galaxy Note 5 had. The display included here is a 5.1 incher with Super AMOLED panel and Quad HD resolution. We also get 4 GB of RAM and a 3000 mAh battery and for those of you wondering, we’re testing the Exynos 8890 version of the phone, not the Snapdragon 820 one.
We also have the 12 MP camera at the back with F/1.7 aperture and Dual Pixel technology available, plus RAW capture and 4K video. The features are completed by a 5 MP front shooter, Android Marshmallow with TouchWiz on top, wireless charging and a heart rate sensor. All of those will be analyzed and we’ll be back with a full review soon.
In the meantime you can find the updated price tag here.