Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Love It or Hate It?

It's already been a month since the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was released. Those who have this phone might agree with this articles while this may be helpful for those who are still contemplating on getting one.

First and foremost, the curved edge of the screen makes the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge a stand out in the market. According to Geek Wire, its innovative AMOLED screen gives the phone a few more pixels without the extra dimensions. Furthermore, it has one of the best cameras a smart phone can have and a 3,600mAh battery that can pretty much last throughout the day. Best of all, it is both dust- and water resistant. But is it really the best phone in the market.

This Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge that is powered by 1.6GHz octa-core and 4GB of RAM can set you back around $750, less or more depending on the carrier. It's sleek design, superb display, super-fast processor, Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 feature, and best-in-the market camera can make this phone worth the price.

On the other hand, there are several downsides. Geek Wire reported that its finger print sensor cannot match the iPhone 6S sensor and the scrolling could use a little improvement, while its glass back shows a lot of fingerprints. In addition, Forbes reports that its screen is too responsive that apps can easily activate or back out with unintended touches, thus some people may not get very comfortable holding this phone. This can be frustrating for a user who is little.

Should you buy it? Generally speaking, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has many features to appreciate, however it seems that this phone would require some getting-used-to time especially for those who have recently switched from an iOS system. Besides having to deal with its super sensitive screen that responds with the slightest touch at the edge, it may be one of the best smart phones in the market today. 

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