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.