Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge launched in Nepal
Samsung Electronics have launched two new sets – Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Samsung on Wednesday.
The South Korean smartphone manufacturer has launched Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge in Nepal a day after they had launched in India on Tuesday.
The official said that pre-booking of these two smartphones will start from Thursday with exciting offers to pre-bookers.
Launched globally on February 21, Samsung has added a hybrid dual-SIM in both Galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 Edge, one of the major additions to its flagship phones.
Both smartphones supports expandable storage via micro SD cards of up to 200 GB. However, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge mainly differ in terms of their screen sizes, battery capacities and some design.
While Galaxy S7 comes with 3000 mAH battery, the Galaxy S7 Edge sports a 3,600 mAh battery.
The Galaxy S7 has a 5.1-inch QHD Super Amoled display. On the other hand, Galaxy S7 Edge incorporates a 5.5-inch QHD Super Amoled display. Both Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processors.
Similarly, both Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge feature 12-megapixel main cameras and 5-megapixel front cameras.
Hardware and design
Samsung Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge
The design of the costlier and larger Edge model is especially impressive. Its screen’s curved edges seem to melt into the aluminum case, and the bezel is so thin as to be almost invisible. Partly for that reason, it is noticeably narrower and shorter than the rival iPhone 6s Plus, though both have the same-sized screen. All told, the S7 Edge has a footprint that’s about 11 percent smaller than Apple’s 6s Plus.
That means that people who found the big iPhone too large to hold comfortably may feel differently about the Edge.
Samsung Samsung’s Galaxy S7
The standard S7 isn’t quite as dramatic. But it packs a 5.1-inch display into a phone that, while larger than the 4.7-inch iPhone 6s in every dimension, is still reasonably sized. I found it fit well in hand and pocket, and suspect that iPhone 6s users wouldn’t notice much difference.
Both displays are Quad HD Super AMOLED, and they are sharp and vivid without the somewhat garish quality that Samsung has offered in the past. Everything looked crisp and colors were pleasing.
The company’s existing fast charger comes in the box, and when plugged the S7 in with the battery drained, it restored a full charge in well under two hours.