Galaxy S7 Edge Unboxing!


Upon finally unboxing the Galaxy S7 Edge, I was really satisfied with the phone. I intentionally used the regular Galaxy S7 for the last few days before unboxing the bigger S7 Edge, because I really wanted to feel the difference.

Right away, you are greeted by much bigger 5.5-inch phablet with curved screen that fits a lot better for people with larger hands like myself. Personally, I don’t like small phones as they are hard to read and much easier to slip out of your hands. Okay, so right away, I really dig the larger screen, curved screen that’s a lot easier to hold than the S7, and this was definitely the sweet spot for me.

Inside the box, you will find a special OTG adapter for transferring data from your Android, iPhone, or even Blackberry, USB cable, AC Adapter with Quick Charge 2.0, bunch of manuals, and a SIM ejaculator tool.

The Galaxy S7 Edge is the only “successful” smartphone in the world with a curved screen. I know, LG had their share with LG Flex, but it never got that popular. With the latest S7 Edge, I find almost everything nearly perfect, especially the 5.5-inch screen with curved edges. I felt last year’s S6 Edge was a bit cramped with the same screen size as the S6 but I really feel like the fact that Samsung hit the sweetspot with the larger 5.5-inch for phablet lovers like myself.

As far as the specs of the phone, this beastly phone runs the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, 4 gigs of RAM, 1440P AMOLED screen, IP68 waterproof rating, and new edge screen features. On top of the S7 Edge, you will find a microphone, simcard/microSD slot. On the left side, you will find volume buttons and on the right side you will find a power button. The bottom hasn’t changed much with 3.5mm headphone jack, USB type B, another microphone, and speakers.

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