- Daniel Schmidt , Notebookcheck
Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge fuses fast performance, brilliant screen, superb camera and strong battery life in one device.
- Sascha Segan , PC Magazine
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a gorgeous, powerful smartphone, but you're paying a pretty steep premium for curved glass.
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.
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)
Positive overall experience
A home run for most, but not for all
With the Galaxy S8 and S8 plus's releases coming very, very soon, it's time to ask: Is the S7 edge still worth buying? If you're someone who's careful with their gadgets and/or uses a case, and if you aren't a performance freak, then yes, the S7e is still worth a look. Its gorgeous display, water resistance, excellent camera, (fast) wireless charging, Samsung Pay, and improved software make it one of the most feature-filled phones on the market. And with the next generation's impending unveiling, prices are sure to drop - there have already been several opportunities to get this phone, bran... Full review
The best looking phone on the market, period
Remains the best big phone money can buy
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
Not only convincing, but nearing perfection
The Android flagship to beat
A bigger and more attractive version of the Classic Galaxy S7
Perfect phone for those that are looking for a quality build and good software experience
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