(Posts: 249; Member since: 06 Sep 2011)
It's really the overall package that makes S7 more desirable than the competition.
Go for Sony X Performance if you prefer stereo front speakers over AMOLED screen, but at least they can compete on somewhat equal footing in the SoC aspect this year, last year's 7420 wasn't really that exceptional, but it's just that 810 really messed up.
(Posts: 1719; Member since: 06 Aug 2014)
Knowing Sony they will screw the camera up again
(Posts: 2014; Member since: 26 Apr 2012)
I'm considering it because of the ergonomic design.
The S7 is nice and all but the S6 is still a beast there is no reason for me to upgrade so soon plus it feels a bit more premium exnos 7420 with DDR3 is enough for everyday use SD820 is nice but not everyone cares about benchmarks it's about usability and value
(Posts: 425; Member since: 24 Oct 2013)
plus an almost dissapointing battery
(Posts: 1511; Member since: 20 Aug 2014)
The s6 battery was terrible.. Hope they fixed that issue as it was the main reason I sold mine.
Sony makes a waterproof high end phone with a glass back cover, everyone goes meh. Samsung copy Sony and makes a waterproof high end phone with a glass back cover, everyone goes WOW! I bet when Samsung will make a phone with a 4K display no one will find it pointless or overkill...
(Posts: 814; Member since: 03 May 2012)
spending upward $800 dollars for a samsung phone that is not even released with BOGO's already spreading like wildfire for waterproof and a new camera is not reason for samsung to even to even release a S7. sd back on--released on previous versions...waterproofing back on--released on previous versions and camera bump --nothing new for the next big thing for $800 dollars and 15 gigs of available space give or take out of 32 gig phone!!!!!
(Posts: 296; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
new camera wow the s6 had The best camera i dont think the s7 is of a huge upgrade over the s6s camera
The new camera and waterproofing are the leading reasons 'for' among potential Galaxy S7 buyers