Is the new Galaxy S7 Edge better than last years model, or does it just have a bigger screen? On February 21st Samsung announced two brand new impressive smartphones. The new Galaxy S7, and a bigger Galaxy S7 Edge. The Galaxy S7 Edge for 2016 has a bigger and beautiful Quad-HD display, more features, all-day battery life and an excellent camera. Here we’ll go over everything that’s new and different.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was a surprise device when it arrived along with the regular Galaxy S6 in April of 2015. Then a bigger 5.7-inch Galaxy S6 Edge Plus was released in August. However, most users have enjoyed the regular Galaxy S6 Edge for nearly a year, and now something bigger and better is here that’s worth considering.
Buyers are getting the same excellent experience as the regular Galaxy S7, only bigger, better, and with extra features. The screen and glass actually bends downwards towards the back that turns heads when people see it, adds additional functionality, and can be customized as users see fit. Read on for five key things that separates the original Galaxy S6 Edge from the bigger, better, Galaxy S7 Edge that will be released on March 11th.
Last year the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge were impressive phones that arrived in April. They had a completely new design made entirely out of glass and metal, curved screens, a great camera, wireless charging and more. Samsung made their best and most premium phones to date, but that came with some huge compromises for buyers.
The result of a premium all metal design meant Samsung did away with the micro-SD slot to expand storage, and the phone no longer had a removable battery. This lead many to keep their Galaxy S5, or look elsewhere. That said, the amazing display, design, fingerprint scanner and camera that completed the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge made it one of Samsung’s best phones ever.
Looking at the Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S7 Edge users will barely notice anything different aside from the screen size. This year the Galaxy S7 Edge comes with a bigger 5.5-inch Quad-HD display. Not the same smaller size as the regular Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy S6 Edge. Samsung decided to make it bigger. However, there is a lot more than that going on here, so read on for all the details.