Specs summary


The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge's screen is 5.5 inches with 1440 x 2560 pixels resolution.


There is a Samsung Exynos 8 Octa core 2.3 GHz processor (CPU).


The phone runs on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow (Update Available: 7.0 Nougat) operating system (OS).

12+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 12+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera with 5+ megapixels resolution.
32/64 GB

Internal memory is 32/64 GB. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC, microSDXC (up to 200 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.


The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 3600 mAh battery. Samsung's performance ratings are 14 days standby time, 2160 minutes (2G), 2160 minutes (3G), 900 minutes Wi-Fi surfing.

Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge fuses fast performance, brilliant screen, superb camera and strong battery life in one device.

- Daniel Schmidt , Notebookcheck 

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a gorgeous, powerful smartphone, but you're paying a pretty steep premium for curved glass.

- Sascha Segan , PC Magazine 

Reviews summary

Based on 48 reviews

With the release of Samsung’s latest flagship series, they’re offering two versions of their top-tier phone. The Galaxy S7 Edge offers a few upgrades from the S7, though there is little difference in the performance of the two phones.

Differences include:
A larger, curved screen coming in at 5.5-inches
Slightly lower pixel density due to running the same resolution as the S7’s smaller display
A slightly larger battery rated at 3600mAh
A higher price tag for the S7 Edge

Otherwise, you’re looking at identical specifications and features. For a deeper look at what reviews around the web are saying about the new S7 series from Samsung, check out our product summary of the Galaxy S7!

Reviews (9.2/10 Avg. rating)


The best looking phone on the market, period

from Recombu
If it isn’t already apparent, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge holds up extremely well twelve months on from its initial release, fighting off long-standing rivals like Apple and newcomers like Google’s Pixels with its killer camera, drop-dead gorgeous design and stunning screen... Full review
PC Advisor

Remains the best big phone money can buy

from PC Advisor

The Galaxy S7 edge is no longer the semi-gimmick it was before. Although some of the main features are things from the Galaxy S5 – Micro-SD and waterproofing – Samsung has given fans what they want. It's now a refined, sophisticated and highly desirable piece of technology. The battery isn't removable but the phone lasts longer than before and has seriously powerful specs under the hood. It has almost everything you could want from a phone even though the IR blaster is gone. We're also very impressed with the new camera and unless the screen is too big for you (despite some soft... Full review

Android Police

Not only convincing, but nearing perfection

from Android Police
From the Galaxy S6's announcement, I knew that Samsung was back on the right track. The S7 not only solidifies that opinion, it also puts Samsung several steps ahead of the competition, at a level where it's nearing perfection. My only two real quibbles with the phone skew from its design: the edge screen looks fantastic but creates more issues than it solves them, and the fingerprint reader isn't as precise because of its raised non-delimited position, but that's it... Full review

Meaningful evolution

from Gearburn
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge manages to tick all the boxes for an excellent smartphone in 2016, being the handset that the S6 Edge should’ve been. Fantastic camera? Check. Large battery? yep. Waterproof design? Indeed. Now, if someone could tell the company to drop the price or come up with an inexpensive high-end phone... Full review

The Android flagship to beat

from tech2
It’s definitely meant for a select group of buyers, who want nothing but the best from their phone. The Galaxy S7 edge does deliver on most fronts – display is good, performance is fast, camera is excellent, battery life will take you through the day. There were barely any major flaws that we found, except for the fingerprint scanner which did not impress... Full review

A bigger and more attractive version of the Classic Galaxy S7

from LaptopMedia
Basically everything we said about the Galaxy S7 applies to the S7 edge as well. However, there are a couple of additional improvements to the edge version, like the larger 5.5-inch screen and the higher capacity of the battery, which tip the scale in favor of the latter. Furthermore, the curves on the sides of the display make the phone appear more interesting and bring a couple of additional neat features... Full review

Edge almighty

from Softpedia
It goes without saying that the S7 Edge deserves a chance if you're looking for a truly powerful Android device that can compete against the iPhone. It's waterproof, so you can play with it when taking a bath, and looks quite promising to become a fashion statement... Full review
Talk Android

Perfect phone for those that are looking for a quality build and good software experience

from Talk Android
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge doesn’t have many faults. It might be Samsung’s best device yet. It feels nice in the hand and is easy to use for having a massive 5.5-inch display. However, I’ve found that the “Edge” isn’t very useful, and if that’ll bother you, the Galaxy S7 is obviously the way to go. In my case, though, I wanted the larger 3,600mAh battery that came in the Edge variant, which made it worth it to me... Full review
The Gadgeteer

High quality materials packed with some of the best specs

from The Gadgeteer
I think Samsung’s latest phone is currently their greatest phone as far as looks and features. Samsung is the current leader in high-end smartphones and I am looking forward to what their new Note devices will offer us... Full review
Expert Reviews

A superb smartphone with excellent battery life

from Expert Reviews
I still think the S7 is the better buy. While there's no denying the S7 Edge is a great smartphone, the normal S7 is a more convenient size, it's just as powerful and its battery life is still pretty incredible. If you want the best-looking smartphone money can buy, then by all means go for the S7 Edge, but those after a more practical proposition should stick with its flat sibling... Full review

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AT&T, Page Plus, Republic Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, Ting, TPO Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon, MetroPCS

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