Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Reviews

If you are wondering how people are getting on with their Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge then have a quick read of these user reviews and ratings.

If you already own a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge then please help others by leaving a quick rating and review below.

Overall Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Rating - 2 Reviews

Features
10
Design
10
Usability
9.5
Overall
9.8

User reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

posted this review on 17th June 2016
Yes, yes and yes again, my S7 edge is the best phone I've owned. I really like the screen and the way it curves off on both sides, I've only marked down usability based on the fact that I sometimes struggle to use it one-handed. All in all, it's an amazing phone.
posted this review on 4th April 2016
Had mine a couple of days now and am proper impressed with it so far. Excellent design, slim, good battery, excellent screen and the camera is by far the best I've seen in a smart phone.

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Phone Details

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is beautifully designed yet seriously durable and packs cutting edge technologies including the first dual-pixel 12 mega pixel camera.

Encasing the curved 5.5 inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED screen with ‘always on display’ is a premium glass and metal, water resistant housing whilst inside is super fast octa-core processing along with 4GB of RAM and the Android Marshmallow 6 OS plus an expandable memory up to 200GB!

Powering all of this tech is a massive 3600mAh battery which can be charged wirelessly to full capacity in 150 minutes!

Buying Advice

With so many deals available for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge we make it easy to find the perfect package with our advanced filters.

You can take on a new number with any network, choose a different network to your existing one if you wish to ‘port’ (keep) your number or choose to compare S7 Edge upgrade deals on your existing network.

‘Porting’ your number to another network provider has never been simpler, just order the best contract for you, call your existing operator for your PAC code and when your shiny new S7 Edge arrives simply call your new network with your PAC code … they’ll move your number for you!

If you want to stay with your existing network and keep your existing number you can simply compare Samsung S7 Edge upgrade prices on that network by selecting from our ‘Choose a Network’ filter.

A top tip is that the lowest priced contract deal that includes a free phone might not always be the cheapest over the entire contract period, sometimes it can work out cheaper if you choose an even lower priced pay monthly tariff but pay a little upfront for your new S7 Edge.

News

Note 7’s Blue Hue for S7 Edge A sixth colour scheme has been added to Samsung’s flagship S7 Edge range and it’s one we’ve seen before, albeit very briefly! The hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was originally released in 3 colours, black onyx, gold platinum and white pearl before being joined by a sleek […]

Refurbished S7 Edge Contracts It’s not very often that we see deals released for refurbished Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge handsets and the stocks are always limited, but retailers have just secured a new batch of these returned phones and contracts are way cheaper than usual. Refurbished handsets are simply those that have been returned by […]

Samsung’s S7 Range goes Silver It’s been a bit of a wait for the remaining two colour schemes of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to be released in the UK but finally the choice between just black onyx or gold platinum has come to an end. Following on from EE launching their 4G […]

EE First to Launch White S7 Edge The much anticipated 3rd colour scheme of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has now made an appearance in the UK just leaving the silver titanium model to show its face. Now available to order alongside the Gold Platinum and Black Onyx Samsung S7 Edge is the new white […]

Earlier, we passed along what is believed to be press renders that show the font of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Now, the device’s rear renders have been leaked as well. Rear renders The renders seen above were leaked by serial leakster Evan Blass (popularly known as @evleaks on Twitter). […]

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