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dis­ap­point­ing lack of hand­sets with more than 32GB on­board stor­age (64GB for Galaxy S6 edge) avail­able in our re­gion.

When you look be­neath its sur­face, it’s easy to un­der­stand why Sam­sung dared to let the Galaxy S7 out into the wild with lit­tle phys­i­cal changes. It sounds strange, but the in­fa­mously bloated TouchWiz in­ter­face felt clean and breezy to use. The phone mak­ers de­cided to shift all their nec­es­sary pro­pri­etary con­tent into a sin­gle folder, while get­ting rid of all the oth­ers peo­ple com­plained about. They threw in sup­port for games via a whole host of Game Tools that pre­vented ac­ci­den­tal ex­its and pro­vided game record­ing. No­body asked for a bet­ter cam­era, but Sam­sung made the rear cam­era cap­ture 56 per­cent more light with its larger pixel size on the im­age sen­sor.

The end re­sult can be seen as a ‘per­fected’ mod­ern-day An­droid smart­phone that pro­vides all the nec­es­sary bits while cut­ting out point­less ones. They also gave the S7 and S7 edge up­grades that no­body ex­pected it to have, all en­cased in a phys­i­cal de­sign that still car­ries for­ward re­ally well. It may not have the glam fac­tor LG brought to the play­ing field, but the Sam­sung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge showed us why this Korean is so con­fi­dent of its progress so far.

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