In-Depth Review Samsung S7 India Exynos 8890 Version (Android Oreo Update Video)

Update 09/July/2018 – Samsung has rolled out the Android Oreo 8.0 update on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. We tested the new OS on the Samsung S7 and here is the Hands-On Video.

Cool New Features for the Samsung S7 Running Android Oreo

Samsung S7 Original Review

24-April-2016 – It has been almost a month now since the Samsung Galaxy S7 was launched in the Indian market.

In-Depth Review Samsung S7 India Exynos 8890 Version (Video)

I have been using the smartphone for the last 15 days and wanted to wait and go through each and every aspect before sharing my thoughts about the S7.

First, let me state some of the options that you have if you are looking for the greatest smartphone in the market.

Smartphones powered by either the Snapdragon 820, Exynos 8890 or Apple A9 are the fastest of them and more future proof.

Smartphones like Google Nexus 6P, OnePlus 2 Samsung Note 5 all are great options but run on the last Gen Snapdragon 810.

There are only 5 smartphones you can count which are latest which you can buy if you want the absolute best and fastest mobiles in the market.

  1. Samsung Galaxy S7
  2. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
  3. iPhone 6s
  4. iPhone 6s Plus
  5. Xiaomi Mi 5

Considering Xiaomi Mi5 uses a slower version of SD 820 and comes with 3 GB of Ram and has a comparably poor camera when pitted against the rest. LG G5 and HTC 10 are yet not launched in the Indian market.

iPhone is a different animal altogether, and if you are invested in the iOS, then your obvious first choice is going to be iPhone. The major disadvantage of picking iPhone 6s compared to the Samsung S7 are 16 GB storage base variant, lower battery life, and poor resolution display. Yes, we will talk about the Touchwiz and Cons of Samsung S7 and how good is iOS 9.3 compared to it.

When the Samsung S7 went on sale in India in March’16, Apple dropped the prices of iPhone 6s to Rs. 41,000. I bought iPhone 6s too at Rs. 39,500 (with credit card discount from Kotak ).

With the launch of iPhone SE (I don’t want to write anything about it), Apple has increased the price to ridiculously high to Rs. 48,000.

The Key Question before we get into the review for Samsung S7 is from which smartphone are you upgrading to a Samsung S7.

If you have an iPhone, you may or may not like the UI and the way android works and feel. If you are upgrading from a Google Nexus 5 or 6 or a similar phone it is a real major upgrade in many terms.

I have actually shot a video for this, which I rarely do, so enjoy the video.

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