Samsung Galaxy S7 Review: Why You Shouldn’t Buy One

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The Samsung Galaxy S7 is a great handset but despite this there are some reasons why you shouldn’t buy one.

This is down to the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S7 along with the Edge both come with some flaws. So why might you want to forget about the handset?

The first thing that is wrong with the Samsung Galaxy S7 is that the handset seems to attract fingerprints just like a magnet. It also scratches very easily and when you have owned the device for just a few weeks the scratches can be highly noticeable on the metallic foil.

Another thing about the device is that we have no idea how long owners are going to have to wait to get their hands on the update to Android N. If its lucky it may get the update by the years end but beat in mind that the Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus still haven’t got Marshmallow and that’s been out for more than six months.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 may be a great device but really it isn’t that much faster than the phones that came before it. The Snapdragon 820 processor has failed to be impressive and this is one reason why you might want to avoid updating.

The US version of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is inferior to the version that is offered globally, so if you are resident of the US you may wish to avoid the S7.

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