Apple's toughest competitor Samsung will release a new and improved Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in glossy black to compete with that of iPhone 7. The news first came out from The Investor, a Korean media who reported that Samsung will launch a new glossy black version of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Just last November, the Korean company has also issued a Coral Blue version of the smartphone and was able to beat iPhone 7's sales. According to them, Samsung's Coral Blue is selling an average of 15,000 units daily. In addition to this, Samsung has already revealed the images of the new color of Galaxy S7 and S7 edge through their official Chinese Weibo account published by Sam Mobile. As seen in the leaked images, the smartphone is a high-gloss piano black finish which is closely similar to that of iPhone 7. The new variety bears a resemblance to the old Samsung Galaxy S7 in a darker version of the standard black onyx. There was no confirmation yet whether the glossy black edition of the … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Specs, Features, News & Update: Glossy Black Revealed; Gold Variant Demanded By Mobile Users?
Samsung will continue with the Android 7.0 Nougat beta testing for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S7. However, Verizon-owned handsets of the both models will not be included. According to reports, the carrier has notified the Samsung Galaxy Beta app users that their phones will remain in the original software for the rest of the trial. This means that when Samsung starts to release another Nougat beta build for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, they will not be accessible to the Verizon owners. Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge reports indicate that the owners will have an option to either stay with the current Nougat beta build that have been installed or choose to roll back to an Android 6.0..1 Marshmallow. It should also be noted that Verizon owners will have to wait for the next official Nougat update, which is reported to be early next year, to begin the roll out for both the Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Meantime, Samsung … [Read more...] about [Breaking News] Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Not Getting Nougat Beta Program; Time To Shift To Other Network?
The newest Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has been released during this festive season. It comes with several lovable color variants as well. It also offers fast wired and wireless charging for a more enjoyable day. For mobile enthusiasts, it keeps users going all day long as Galaxy S7 has 3,000 mAh and 3600 for Galaxy S7 Edge. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Pink Gold variant is a bit pricey after the South Korean giant priced the variants at Rs. 50,900. Color variants comes in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, and Silver Titanium which are already available in India. However, the Blue Coral and Black Pearl variant which was also released recently are not yet available in India, as per TE Cake. However, In tabloid also reported that The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Black Pearl will soon be available in India in January. It offers a 5.5-inch double edge curved OHD Super AMOLED display with memory that comes with Exynos 8890 octa-core … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Revered As Highend Smartphones; Products In Upbeat
Samsung Galaxy S7 is reported to share some similarities with HTC 10 and Sony Xperia Z5 Premium in terms of software. Samsung Galaxy S7 and the said HTC and Sony handsets run on an Android 6.0 and can be upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat. This is why the three smartphones are now being compared. Samsung Galaxy S7 has the smallest display size compared with the other two handsets, with its 5.1-inch Super AMOLED with QHD resolution. HTC 10 has QHD 5.2" display with a Super LCD 5 capacitive touchscreen that is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The Xperia Z5 Premium screen, on the other hand, is slightly bigger than the other two, with its 5.5" IPS LCD display and 4K resolution, which also comes with scratch-resistant glass and oleophobic coating. The three flagship devices are reported to offer the best in the market. This is quite evident with the latest quad-core Snapdragon 820 processor clocked at 2.15 GHz in the Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC 10. However, the Xperia Z5 Premium is just … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7 News & Update: Specs, Design Just Another HTC 10, Sony Xperia Z5 Premium? Here’s Why
There are rumors that a Samsung Galaxy S7 Glossy Black model will launch early in December 2016. The upcoming variant will reportedly be glossier compared to the current black Samsung Galaxy S7. Samsung may be looking to counter Apple's popular iPhone 7 Jet Black. Samsung Galaxy S7 Glossy Black Features GSM Arena reported that Samsung may be looking to make more sales from the Samsung S7 Glossy Black, after they suffered giant losses with the failed Galaxy Note 7. The company recently featured the Blue Coral color from the Note 7 to the Galaxy S7 edge. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Glossy Black, as well as more hues may be introduced in the following months to potentially rake in more sale. It is still uncertain whether the Samsung Galaxy S7 Glossy Black will launch globally or limited only to a few markets. The current Onyx Black Samsung Galaxy S7 may be described by users as a mix of matte and shiny, with its multilayer nanocoating. The handset gets shinier with a … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7 Glossy Black Release Date, Specs & Update: New Samsung Phone Set To Rival iPhone 7 Jet Black
Samsung Galaxy S7 sellers may need to factory reset a smartphone before letting them out in the market. There are two steps to reset the handset. Most importantly, the FRP must be disabled prior to the reset. First, the Factory Reset Protection or FRP needs to be disabled before erasing on the Samsung Galaxy S7. Apparently, foregoing this step is said to backfire as an old Google Account password is necessary to use the phone post-reset. The FRP is disabled manually in Settings> Lock Screen and Security> Remove all Passwords/Patterns/Pins. Furthermore, disable Google Accounts in Settings> Accounts Note that there are two kinds of resets: a factory reset from the settings menu and via the recovery mode using hardware keys. Manually resetting of the Samsung Galaxy S7 may be accomplished in Settings>Backup and Reset> Factory Data Reset> Reset Device> Confirm> Delete all. Note that no password or pin should be required if the FRP has been disabled, Digital Trends … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date, News & Update: The Correct Ways To Factory Reset; Another Samsung Explosion Recorded?
OnePlus 3T is said to pack more power, a larger battery, a new color option and several camera tweaks from the original OnePlus 3. However, the OnePlus 3T features are said to be minor changes. The OnePlus 3T is also expected to be more expensive than its predecessor making it more comparable to the Samsung Galaxy S7 now. In terms of design, both the OnePlus 3T and the Galaxy S7 is said to be comparable. The OnePlus 3 features a smooth and less distinctive metal backing that now comes in a darker Gunmetal grey option as well. On the other hand, the Galaxy S7's rear sports a smudge-friendly glass. The S7 sports a 5.1 inch Quad HD OLED screen with 2560x1440 display. By comparison, the OnePlus 3T has a bigger 5.5 inch 1080p OLED screen with 1920x1080 display. Moreover, in terms of the camera, the S7 is said to have the upper hand with a 12MP sensor with more contrast and depth than the 16MP camera on the OnePlus 3T that reportedly looks over processed. Performance-wise, The OnePlus 3T … [Read more...] about OnePlus 3T Release Date, News & Update: Nothing Major From Predecessor OnePlus 3T? Price As Samsung Galaxy S7 Not Worth It?
Google Pixel XL is currently being compared to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, as the competition between the two tech giants becomes stiff in terms of market sales. In fact, reports suggest that both smartphones are considered the best handsets every produced in 2016. Both Google Pixel XL and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge are believed to be equally matched in terms of graphics, RAM and processing power. Although Pixel XL runs the slightly updated Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, it is said to be an incremental update on the 820m, and not a next-gen chip. On the other hand, the Galaxy S7 lineup has either Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 or Samsung's Exynos 8890, with no significant difference in terms of performance. Moreover, both Samsung and Google handsets have 4GB of RAM. While Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is reported to have a bigger batter cell, including some amazing battery features, Google is yet to prove it has optimized Pixel XL's smaller cell to provide competitive battery features. Meantime, the two … [Read more...] about Google Pixel XL vs. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Which Offers Better Features, Specs? Google Pixel XL Promo Up For Grabs!
Samsung Galaxy S7 sellers may need to factory reset a smartphone before letting them out in the market. There are two steps to reset the handset. Most importantly, the FRP must be disabled prior to the reset. First, the Factory Reset Protection or FRP needs to be disabled before erasing on the Samsung Galaxy S7. Apparently, foregoing this step is said to backfire as an old Google Account password is necessary to use the phone post-reset. The FRP is disabled manually in Settings> Lock Screen and Security> Remove all Passwords/Patterns/Pins. Furthermore, disable Google Accounts in Settings> Accounts Note that there are two kinds of resets: a factory reset from the settings menu and via the recovery mode using hardware keys. Manually resetting of the Samsung Galaxy S7 may be accomplished in Settings>Backup and Reset> Factory Data Reset> Reset Device> Confirm> Delete all. Note that no password or pin should be required if the FRP has been disabled, Digital … [Read more...] about Right Ways to Factory Reset a Samsung Galaxy S7, Plus, another Samsung Explosion?
By Damien McFerran Published 03/04/2016 Last year, we applauded Samsung's apparent willingness to listen to its critics and change the way it makes smartphones. The result was the wonderful Galaxy S6, a premium metal-and-glass handset more than capable of going toe-to-toe with Apple in the desirability stakes - and one of the most powerful phones of 2015. The positive reception afforded to its appearance makes it easy to understand why Samsung - still clearly keen to take on feedback, despite its status as the world's biggest manufacturer of smartphones - has decided to borrow a page out of Apple and HTC's book by retaining the same design language for a second year, albeit with some minor modifications. Oh, and those elements Samsung cruelly removed from the S6 - such as expandable storage and a waterproof casing - are back too. This feels more like an "S6S" then, but Apple's strategy appears to have worked well enough over the years, so one can hardly blame Samsung for aping the … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S7 review